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FOR THE PEOPLE 

FOR EDVCATION 

FOR SCIENCE 






LIBRARY 

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THE AMERICAN MUSEUM 

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NATURAL HISTORY 





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GENERAL SU B J ECT- I N D E X 

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'THE rEIS' 

(FIRST TO SIXTH SERIES!. 

1859-1894. 

EDITED BY 

EUGENE W. GATES. 




GURNEY A 



Cognovi omnia volatilia copli. 

LONDON: 
ND JACKSON, 1 PATERNOSTER ROW 
(SDCCEsaoR3 TO J. VAN VOORST.) 

1900. 



LIBRARY 

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AMERICAN l»f'JSE(JM 




rniXTED BY TAYLOK A Jf D FEANCIS, 
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PREFACE. 



The present General Subject-Index to 'The Ibis' embraces 
the period from the commencement of tlie Journal in 1859 
up to the end of the Sixth Series in 1894, a term of thirty- 
six years. 

The labour of compiling this Index has devolved on 
Mr. G. A. Doubleday, formerly Assistant Librarian, now 
Publication Clerk, to the Zoological Society of London, 
who has performed his task with great care and skill. 

My own share in the work has been to check the accuracy 
of the references and to supervise the passage of the Index 
througii the press. I trust that I have allowed no error to 
pass undetected. 

EUGENE W. GATES. 

3 Hanover Square, Loudon, W., 
December 1899. 



GENERAL INDEX TO CONTENTS 



OF 



'THE ibis; 

1859-1894. 



A. 

Abbott, C. C, on Penguins of the Falk- 
land Islands, i860, 336 ; letter from, 
on an error in the naming of illustra- 
tions of two eggs, i860, 432 ; notes on 
the birds of the Falkland Islands, 
1861, 149; on birds of New Jersey, 
noticed 1872. 413. 

Abrolhoa Islands, on birds from, noticed 
1890, 377- 

Abyssinia, Brehm's ' Reise nach Ha- 
besch,' noticed 1864, 403; on the 
appointment of a zoologist to the Ex- 
pedition to, 1868, 134 ; Jesse's letter 
on joining the Expedition to, 186S, 
2W ; return of Jesse from, 1868, 504 ; 
Blanford's ' Geology and Zoology of,' 
1870, 504 ; 1 87 1, 421 ; on birds from 
North-east, noticed 1871, 432 ; on the 
birds of, noticed 1872, 431. 

Acanthis, notes on the genus, 1886, 
3.-)'J. 

Acanthizse, on the Tasraanian, 1888, 93. 

Acarnania, on the birds observed in, 
i860, 1, 133, 228, 333. 

Accijjitres, iu the Norwich Museum, 
1859, 455; on Sharpe's Cat;il<)gue of 
the, 1875, 87, 221,353, 468; 1876, 
65, 230, 364, 467; 1877, 209, 325, 
418 ; 1878, 84, 145, 352, 451 ; 1879, 
71, 330, 464; 1880, 19.5, 312, 462; 
1881, 118, 271, 455, 547; 1882, 146, 
290, 436. 519 ; in the Paris Museum, 
1875, 253; in the Australian Museum, 
noticed 1891, 136. See also Gurney, 
J. H. 

Acids used in preparation of birds, 
1869, 239. 

Acquired characters, on the inheritance 
of, noticed 1892, .564. 



Acredula, on the genus, 1868, 295. 

' Acta Societatis Indo-NeerlandicsB,' 
i860, 191 ; 1863. 104. 

Adair, P., on Asio accipitrinus and 
Faleo tinnunculns in the Vole-plague 
Districts, noticed 1 894., 552. 

Adams, A. Leith, on the birds of India, 
1859, 319; on the birds of Egypt 
and Nubia, 1864, 233 ; ' Wanderings 
of a Naturalist in India,' 1868, 219. 

, and Adams, Dr., on ornithology 

as a branch of liberal education, 
i860, 89. 

Adams, Arthur, ' Travels of a Naturalist 
in Japan and Mancluu-ia,' noticed 
1871,418. 

Adams, E., on the birds of Michalaski, 
1878,420. 

Adamfon, C. M., ' Scraps about Birds,' 
noticed 1882, 457; 'Another Book of 
Scraps,' noticed 1883, 374; 'Illus- 
trations of Birds,' noticed 1883, 267. 

Adele Island, bird-life of, 1892, 254. 

Aden, map of the vicinity of, 1886, 
pi. ii. ; on the birds of, 1886, 11 ; 
1893, .57, 165; exhibition of birds 
from, 1893, 116; map of, 1893, 
pi. iv. ; suggested as a place for an 
ornithological excursion, 1893, 26.5. 

Adrianof, M., on the birds collected by, 
in Mongolia, noticed 1886, 188. 

Adriatic, on northern birds in the, 
noticed 1885, 451. 

^gialitis, on the Chinese .species of, 
noticed 1871, 477. 

" j5igintha," on the bird-show of the, 
1879, 361 ; 1884, 345. 

jEgiothi, on the North-American, 1862, 
187; 1863,471. 

It 



iEpyornis, on eggs of, 1864, 395; 
1892, 563; on egg-beds of, 1868, 65; 
Bianconi on, 1868, 103; 1870, 519; 
1872, 421; 1873,434; on the structure 
of the eggshell of, 1871, 454; 1872, 
445 ; on the systematic position of, 
1894, 141 ; on a new species of, 
noticed 1894, 303; observations on, 
noticed 1894, 307. 

jEthopyga, on species of, 1865, 548. 

^tolia, ornithological notes from 
Southern, i860, 279. 

Afghanistan, ornithological notes from, 
1879,444; 1880, 45; on the fauna of, 
1880, 145; on the birds of Southern, 
1882, 95; 1889, 145 ; on the birds of 
the Afghan Boundary, 1887, 259 ; on 
the mammals and birds of Northern, ' 
noticed 1888, 141 ; on the Zoology of 
the Afghan Delimitation Commission, 
noticed 1890, 108. 

Africa, on the ornithology of North, 
1859, 153, 277,415; i860, 68, 149; 
Sundevall's critique of Levaillant'a 
' Oiseaux d'Afrique,' 1859, 324; nidi- 
fication of certain birds in North-east, 
i860, 122, 432; on new or little- 
known birds of North-east, i860, 
407 ; 1861, 69, 121 ; Layards 'Birds 
ofSouth,'i86i,120; 1 8 66, 426; 1868, 
101, 135, 253, 265, Sharpe's edition, 
1872,193; 1873,323; 1875,505; 1876, 
272; 1877,375; 1 882, 467; 1884, 463; 
zoological notes on South, 1861, 202; 
Du Ohaillu's ' Equatorial Africa,' 
noticed 1S61, 302; on a new Plover 
from, 1863, 31; on the Eapacious 
birds of South-east, 1864, 301 ; on 
birds from Eastern Tropical, 1864, 
307; on birds from Central, 1864, 
400; 1882, 171,461,602; 1889, 583; 
on the Flamingoes of South, 1865, 
64 ; on the White-backed Vultures 
of, 1865,3.38,339; Andersson's pro- 
jected work on the birds of South- 
west, 1866,426; on supposed species 
of Lusciuia from South, 1867, 383; 
on birds of South, 1868, 119, 242; 
1869, 68, 229, 361; 1870, 150, 282, 
443 ; 1871, 103, 225 ; 1876, 52 ; 1882, 
462; on birds of West, 1868, 345T 
1869, 117; 1870, 519; 1871, 422; 
1872,417; 1873,138,436,474; 1874, 
89; 1877, 24.5, 380; 1878, 194; 1879, 
352; 1880, 366; 18S1, 157, 280, 472; 
1882,164,457; 1883, 97; 1885,98; 
on the Malurinre of North-east, 1869, 
79, 129 ; on birds from the Fantee 
Country, 1869,186. 381; 1870, 52, 
470 ; on some Sylviidte of South, 
1869, 204; on Kingfishers of South, 
1869, 275; ou the birds of, 1869, 



434; 1872,84.459; 1875,379; 1877, 
245 ; 1884, 123 ; 1886, 522 ; 1887. 255; 
von der Deckens travels in East, 
1870,127; Heuglin's Ornithology of 
North-east, 1870, 127,421,537; 1871, 
442, 470; 1872, 436; 1873, 457; 
Hartlaub and Fiusch's Ornithology 
of East, 1870, 127, 512; 1871,443; 
on Tringa bairdi in South, 1870, 151 ; 
Antinori's catalogue of the birds of 
North-east, 1870, 518; 1871, 462; 
on new birds from, 1871, 100, 414; 
1872,457,458; 1881, 283; 1884,45; 
1893, 118; on the CoraciidiE of, 1871, 
203,270; 1872, 4.57; expedition to 
West, 1872, 207 ; Sharpe's Catalogue 
of the birds of, noticed 1872, 457; 
on Gigantic birds of South-east, 
noticed 1873, 444; three months on 
the coast of South, 1875, ^9; Com- 
piegne's ' .Equatorial Africa,' noticed 
1877, 118; Heuglin's Travels in 
North-east, noticed 1877, 375; on 
birds from East, 1879, 354; 1880, 
145, 333, 381 ; i88i, 11.5, 283, 484; 
1883,106, 583; 1884, 110,124; 1891, 
143,453 ; 1893, 223, .587 ; on birds of 
Equatoi-ial, 1881, 479; 1883,214; 

1884, 342; 1885, 115; 188-, 461; 
1888, 362 ; on birds from South-east, 
1882, 236, 349; African birds in 
Europe, noticed 1882, 335; on Balas- 
niceps rex in East, 1883, 233; on a 
new Wryneck from Eastern Equa- 
torial, 1S84, 23; on Emin Pasha's 
birds from Central, 18S4, 108; 1891, 
131 ; on a new Musophaga from 
Central, noticed 18S5, 114; on Bohn- 
dorff s birds from Equatorial, noticed 

1885, 115; on a new Pigeon from, 

1886, 2; Capello's birds from, 1886, 
522; 1887, 255; on the birds of 
Newala, 1888, 265; on Jackson's 
birds from East, 1888, 287; 1891, 
117, 123, 233, 587; 1892, 1.52, 299. 
534; on birds from Kikimbo, 1889, 
224 ; on birds from South-west, 
noticed 1889, 245, 561; 1890, 112; 
on ditfereut forms of Rollers from, 
1890, 384 ; on the birds of the 

• Sulyinah River, noticed 1893, 128; 
•Junker's travels in, noticed 1893, 
137, 138 ; NicolLs and Eglington's 
' Sportsman in South,' noticed 1893, 
141 ; on Spatula clypeata in South, 
1893, 153; Bryden's 'Gun and 
Camera in South,' noticed 1893,577 ; 
Selous's 'Ti-avel and Adventure in 
South-east,' 1894, 134; exhibition of 
birds from, 1894,43!; exhibition of 
specimens of Trachelotis barrovii 
from, 1894, 548. 



' African Journal,' ' The South/ notes 
on, iS68, 5U± 

Aftershaft in feathers, ou the, 1885, 19. 

Agassiz, A., Eeport on the Museum of 
Comparative Zoologj-, noticed 1879, 
3S3; 1881, £79; 1S82, 333; 1885, 
320; 1893, 451. 

AgelajinK, review of the, i88-(.. 1. 

Agriculture, on birds benefifial and 
injurious to, noticed 1873, '^'l'"'- 

Aiken, C. E., and Holden, C. H., on 
the birds of \A'yoming and Colorado 
Territories, noticed 1873, 't^*^- 

Aitehison, J. E. T., the Zoology of the 
Afghan Delimitation Commission, 
noticed 1890, 108. 

Akola. on the birds observed at, noticed 
1872,415, 442. 

Alaska, Ball's 'Birds of,' 1870, 521; 
on the birds of the Seal-Islands of, 
1882, 477, 600 ; on the birds of. 1883, 
97, 569 ; I S89, 248 ; on a new Petrel 
from, noticed 1883, 571 ; on Mela- 
netta fusca in, noticed 1885, 231 ; on 
a new Snow-bunting from, noticed 
1885, 231 ; Turner's '-Statural His- 
tory of," noticed 1889, 133; on the 
birds collected by the ' Albatross ' in, 
noticed 1894, 563. 

Alaudidae, scs under Larks. 

Alb.inia, on the birds of, i860, 1, 133, 
228, 338. 

Albany iluseum, Report of the, 1882, 
167; catalogue of the, 1885,226. 

Albatross, on the habits of the, 1866, 
324; on the flight of the, 1870, 122, 
623 ; 1872, 438 ; notes on the species 
of, 1872, 74; on the Wandering, 
noticed 1892, 330; description of a 
new species of, noticed 1892, 330. 

' Albatross," on the birds of the voyage 
of the, noticed 1885, 113; 1890, 257, 
377; on birds collected by the, on 
the coast of Western North America, 
noticed 1891, 290; on the bird- 
skeletons collected by the, noticed 
1 89 1, 13'); on birds collected in 
Alaska by the, noticed 1894, 563. 

Albert (Lake), on the birds of, 1887, 474. 

Albino birds, notes on, noticed 1871, 
449; i£oo. 118; remarks on albinos 
of Ciiri;o))haga noxse-zealandice, 
noticed 1881, 162. 

Alcedinidjr, of the Dutch Indies, 1866, 
117; Sliarpe's ' Monograph ' of the, 
1868, 472; 1869, 215; 1870, 121, 
506; 1871, 431, 469; 1872, 457; 
1873, 483; of South Africa, 1869, 
275 ; on the anatomy of certain 
species of, 1871, 426; Sharpe's 
' Catalogue of the, in the British 
Museum,' noticed 1894, 443, 449. 



AlcidiE, Coues un the, 1868, 483; 
Brandt's 'Monograph of the,' 18T3, 
104; in the Boston Mu.seum, 1875, 
3.")3 ; on the morphology of the Auk 
tribe, noticed 1891, 285. 

Aldabra, on a Land-Rail from, 1879, 
475; on new birds from, 1894, 314. 

Alectorides in the British Museum, 
Catalogue of, noticed 1894, 443. 

'Alert,' Coppinger's 'Cruise of the' 
noticed 1884, 205; on tiie birds of 
the voyage of the, noticed 1885, 114. 

Aleutian Islands, on birds from the, 
noticed 1892, 177. 

Alg9i-ia, on the mammals and birds of, 
1859, 106; on the ornithology of, 
1859,202,204; 1871, 68, 289, "478; 
1872, 431,463; 1875,140; sporting 
in, 1859, 456; leaves from a natur- 
alist's note-book in Eastern, i860, 
361 ; on the reproduction of the 
Ostrich in, noticed 1871, 461; on 
the natural history of a tour in, 
noticed 1872, 432; on Loche's 
collection of birds of, 1889, 140. 

Alimentary canal of the Martiueta 
Tinamou, 1890, 61. 

'AAiciiwi', on the bird indicated by the 
word, 1893, 215. 

Allen, J. A., on the rarer birds of 
Massachusetts, noticed 1871, 418; 
'Mammals and Winter Birds of 
Florida,' noticed 1872, 189; on 
geographical variation in birds, 
noticed 1873, '^'^^ ; ornithological 
notes from the West, noticed 1873, 
432 ; notes on the ornithology of 
Kansas, Cohjrado, Wyoming and 
Utah, notictd 1873, 432; 'Birds of 
Lake Titicara,' noticed 1877, 119; 
'Progress of Ornithology in the 
United States,' noticed 1877, 381 ; 
letter on Mr. Seebohm's paper on 
interbreeding of birds, 1883, 226; 
appointment of, to the Curatorship 
in the American Museum, 1885, 240 ; 
Guide to the collection of birds in 
the American Museum, noticed 1889, 
112; on the flight of birds, noticed 

1889, 114; on birds fiom Bolivia, 
noticed 1889, 559; on birds from 
Quito, Ecuador, noticed 1889, 559; 
on the S])ecies of the genus Cyx'lorhis, 
noticed 1890, 109; on new species 
of South-American birds, noticed 

1890, 110; on the genus Elainca, 
noticed 1890, 247; description of a 
new Mimocichla from Dominica, 
noticed 1891, 612; further notes on 
Maximilian's types of South-American 
birds, nf)ticed 1892, 164; on a col- 
lection of birds from Chapada, Matlo 



Grosso, Brazil, made by H. H. Smith, 
noticed 1892, 165; 1894, 122; on the 
North-American species of tlie genus 
Colaptes, noticed 189^, 124; on a 
new Gallinule from Goiigh Island, 
noticed 1893, 125; notice of some 
Venezuelan birds, noticed 1893, 125. 
Allen, S. Stafford, notes on the birds of 
Egypt, 1862, 357; 1863, 82, 156; 
letter from, on the parasitic habits of 
Cuculus glaudarius, 1863, 363; on 
Acrocephahisstentorius, a rare species 
of Sedge-Warbler from Egypt, 1864, 
97 ; remarks on Dr. Adams's notes on 
the birds of Egypt and Nubia, 1S6+, 
233. 
Alleon, A., on Aecipiter badius and 
Golumba risoria, 1868, 222. 

, and Viau, J., on Aquila mogilnik, 

1868, 104 ; on migrations of Birds of 
Prey on the Bosphorus, noticed 187 1, 
418. 
Allis, T., on the skeleton of the Apteryx, 

noticed 1873, 432. 
Almorah, on birds observed near, 1869, 

43. 
Alston, E. E., letter on Larus rossi and 
Parus palustris, 1865, 547; letter on 
Seebohm and Harvie-Browu's Pet- 
chora expedition, 1877, 392; death 
of, 1881,290. 

, and Harvie-Brown, J. A., notes 

from Archangel, 1873, 54. 
Altai, on TchiliatchelTs expedition to 
the, 1867, 3S2; on the birds of the, 
noticed 1883, 569; 1885, 106. 
Amazons, Bates's ' Naturalist on the,' 
1863, 462; Bartlett's expedition to 
the, 1865, 117; on new birds from 
the Lower, noticed 1S89, 127. 
Auiboina, on a collection of birds from, 

1883,212. 
Arabro.se, J., ' Some Account of the 

Petrel,' 1865, 105. 
America, on the birds of Central, 1859, 
1, 117, 213; 1861, 351 ; 1866, 214; 
1867,130,247; 1883,487; 1889,126; 
1891,608; on birds of N., 1859, 106, 
203; i860, 425; 1861, 314; 1862, 3; 
1863, 39, 121,238, 360, 476; 1S70, 
281; travels in Russian, 1859, 108; 
report on the Ornithology of N., 
1859, 108, 460; catalogue of the birds 
of N., 1859, 205, 211, 329 ; works on 
the birds of, 1859,211 ; Baird, Cassin, 
Uiid Lawrence's 'Birds of N.,' i860, 
423; on the Barbets of, 1861, 182; 
1862, 1 ; on the birds of the interior 
of British N., 1861, 314; 1862, 3; 
monograph of the Tringcoe of N., 
1862,84 ; on the y5i:giothi of N., 1862, 
187; 1863,471 ; Sdater's 'Catalogue 



of the Birds of,' 1862, 379; revision 
of the Gulls of N., 1863,108; on new 
species of birds of, 1863, 110; 1S65, 
106; 1868,114,115,485; 1870,280, 
281; 1875,333; 1879,475; 1883,111, 
219; i884,460; 1885,448 ; 1889,882; 
1891, 447 ; synopsis of the Colyuibidie 
and Podicipidifi of N., 1863, 107; 
review of the Terns of, 1863, 471 ; 
on the Skuas of N., 1864, 127; on 
certain Laric'ae of Central, 1864, 387 ; 
Baird's ' Review of the Birds of,' 

1865, 229, 345, 534; on the distri- 
bution and migration of birds of N., 

1866, 416; 1867,257; Elliot's ' Birds 
of K,' 1866, 417; 1867, 376; 1868, 
345; 1870, 277; on new birds from 
S., 1867, 130,247; 1871,46.—, 1880, 
112; 1883,137,487; 1885,288; 1886, 
79; 1889,564; 1890,110; 1891,128; 
on the Psittacidfe of Central, noticed 
1871, 86, 249; on the eggs of birds 
of S., noticed 187 r, 443; the classifi- 
cation of the Falconidae of N., noticed 
187 1, 460; Coues's 'Check-list of 
BirdsofN.,' 1872, 195; 1883, 99; 1889, 
562, 563 ; Coues's ' Key to the Birda 
of,' announced 1872, 340, noticed 
1873, 441; 1874, 458, 2nd edition, 
noticed 1885, 100; on the call-notes 
of birds of N., noticed 1873, 438 ; on 
the birds of North-West, noticed 
1873, 448; on the Odontophorinte 
of Central, 18-6,379; on the Song- 
Sparrows of S., 1877, 46; on the 
Herons of, noticed 1878, 475; review 
of the species of Scops of, noticed 
1879, 209; ornitliological biblio- 
graphy of, 188c, 240; 1 88 1, 168; on 
the nomenclature of certain birds of 
N., noticed 1880, 478; on birds 
found in Europe and N., noticed 
1881, 159; 1883, 112; list of the 
birds of N., noticed 1881, 488; on 
the osteology of the Tetraonidffi of 
N., notii'cd 1882, 340; on additions 
to the avifauna of N., noticed 1883, 
111; 1889, 383; on new races of 
birds of N., noticed 1883, 111; on 
the Tree-Creepers of N., 1883, 112; 
on some generic and specific appel- 
lations of birds of N., 1883, 116 ; on 
the arrangement of the Turdidse of, 
noticed 1883, 383; review of the 
Crossbills of N., noticed 1884, 460; 
Baird, Brewer, & Ridgway's 'Water- 
birds of N.,' noticiHl 1885, 97, 221; 
on the Golden Warblers of N., 
noticed 1886, 91; on the names of 
birds of N., noticed 1886, 91 ; 
Ridgway's ' Manual of the Birds of 
N.,' announced 1886, 532, noticed 



i888, 137: on tlie osteology of the 
Anseres of N., noticed 1889, 5r>8 ; on 
Passer domestieus in N., noticed 

1890, 372 ; Kelirling's ' 2^ortli-Amer- 
ican Birds,' noticed 1890, 377; 1894, 
127 ; on the osteology of the Passeres 
of N., noticed 1890,408; Merriani's 
'Fauna of N.,' noticed 1891, 134; 
osteologioal notes on the Kites of N., 

1 89 1, 228; on the Horned Larks of 
N., noticed 1891, 448; on birds 
becoming extinct in N., 1891, 634; 
on birds collected bj- the ' Albatross ' 
on the coast of Western N., noticed 
1891, 290; on birds and eggs from 
Arctic, noticed 1892, 335; on the 
Tertiary fossils of the birds of N., 
noticed 1892, 343; taxonomy of 
Pvgopodes of N., noticed 1892, 462 ; 
Kennedy's ' Sporting Sketches in 
South,' noticed 1892, 453; on the 
species of the genus Colaptes of N., 
1893, 124; Bendire's 'Life-histories 
of the birds of N.,' noticed 1893, 126 ; 
geographical distribution in N., 
noticed 1893, 139; on the distri- 
bution of the species of the genus 
Picumnus in S., 1894, 118; 'Biologia 
Centrali-Americana,' see Godman, F. 
D., and Salvin, O. 

American Boundary Commission, Lord 
on birds' nests and eggs collected by 
the British i^orth-, 1866, 208. 

American Museum, appointment of 
J. A. Allen to the Curatorship of 
the, 1885, 240; Guide to the Collec- 
tion of Birds in the, noticed 1889, 
112. 

' American Naturalist,' The, 1868, 346. 

American Ornithologists' Union, letter 
on the, 1883, 100 ; circular of, 1883, 
581; inauguration of, 1884, 60; 
' Code and Check-list of,' announced 
1886, 104, noticed 1886, 510. 

Amoy, on the ornithology of, i860, -15, 
130, 357 ; 1861, 262 ; 1867, 226, 385 ; 
1868,52. 

Amsterdam, Annuals of the Zoological 
Society of, i860, 300; 1864, 398 ; on 
the Parrots in the Zoological Gardens 
of, noticed 1863, 225; on Spoonlills 
in, 1887, 364. 

Amur, explorations on the, 1859,204, 
473; 1862, 302, Russians on the, 
1862, 178; on the Capercailzie of 
tlie, 1S63, 224 ; on animals from the, 
noticed 1872, 422; on birds of the, 
noticed 1887, 254. 

Amurland. on the birds of, 1861, 109, 
203; 1871,444. 

' Anales do la X.'niTersidad de Chile,' 
1866,424. 



' Anales del Museo publico, Buenos 
Aires,' 1865, 535. 

Analidae, on hybrids in the, 1869, 127. 

Anatomy, of the Cuckoo, 1859, 107; 
Owen's 'Anatomy of the Vertebrates,' 
1866, 408; Morrell's 'Manual of 
Comparative,' 1870, 508 ; of the 
Sauropsidse, noticed 1871, 454; of 
the Kagu, Boatbill, and Sun-Bittern, 
noticed 1872, 444; of Pel's Owl, 
noticed 1872, 444; of birds, 1881, 1, 
161, 174; 1S82, 600; 1888, 483; 
1892, 107; of Pigeons, noticed 1883, 
379 ; of the Spheniscidse, noticed 
1884, 113; of Aptenodytes pata- 
gonica, noticed 18S4, 209. See also 
Forbes, W. A., Gadow, H., Garrod, 
A. H., and Shufeldt, R. W. 

Anchieta, J. d", on birds collected in 
Angola by, noticed 1889, 569. 

Andalucia, on rare birds in, 1S84, 124. 

Andaman Islands, Major Tytler ap- 
pointed to the, 1862, 392; adventures 
among the natives of the, 1863, 464 ; 
on the birds of the, 1863, 464 ; 1866, 
419; 1867, 314; 1868, 131; 1869, 
220; 1871, 419; 1S73, 296, 434; 

1874, 127 ; on edible-birds'-nest 
Swifts in the, 1892, 577. 

Andersen, K., letter pointing out an 
error in the synonymy of the two 
species of Syma in Dr. Sharpe's 
'Catalogue of the Alcedinida3,' 1894, 
449; on Liguriuus sinicus in Den- 
mark, noticed 1894, 552. 

Anderson, A., on Sterna leucopareia 
breeding in India, 1872, 81 ; nidi- 
fication of certain Indian birds, 1872, 
237; 1873, 74; 1874, 220; 1875, 
199 ; on raptorial birds of India, 
noticed 1872, 413 ; 1873, 433 ; letter 
on the habits of Eudynamis lionorata, 

1875, 142 ; death of, 1878, 492. 
Anderson, J., on a collection of Persian 

birds, 1871, 371 ; on new birds from 
W. Yunan, noticed 1872, 413 ; 
'Zoology of Yunan,' noticed 1880, 
132 ; on the birds of the Mergui 
Archipelago, noticed 1888, 131. 

Anderson, T., and Gray, R., ' Birds of 
Ayr.shire and Wigtonshire,' 1870, 
126. 

Anders:-on, C. J., on the two Flamingoes 
of South Africa, 1865, 64 ; on species 
of Irrisor, 1865, 519; on the habits of 
the Albatross, 1866, 324; 'Birds of 
Damara-land,' 1 866, 426; 1872, 194; 
1873, 91 ; death of, 1868. 252. 

Andes, on the Humming-birds and 
Condors of tlie Equatorial, noticed 
1872, 447; Orton's 'Andes and the 
Amazon,' noticed 1877, 373; Craw- 



ford's ' A'Toss the Pampas and the,' 
noticed 1884, 338; Whymper's 
' Travels amougst the Great,' noticed 
1892,464. 

Andorra, on the ornithology of the 
Talley of, 1889, 520. 

Andrews, C. W., on a new ^'Epyornis, 
noticed 1894, 303. 

Angola, on the birds of, 1862, 333; 
1871,471 ; 1872,458; 1885,98; 1887, 
255; 1888, 371; 1889, 132, 569 ; 1890, 
120; 189^, 576; 'Ornithology of,' 
noticed 1878, 107; 1882, 333; de- 
scription of Bradyornis sharpii from, 
1894, 435. 

Angus, W. O.,on Bnarrenionschistaceus 
and ZonotrichiaalbicoUis in Scotland, 
1870, 265. 

' Animals and Plants under Domesti- 
cation,' Darwin's, 1868, 218. 

Anjuan Island, on a new Z' sterops 
from, 1887, 369; on an apparently 
new species of Owl from, 1889, 
104. 

'Annals' of Natural History, 1859, 102, 
199, 4.56; i860, 85; of the Lyceum 
of Natiir.nl History of New York, 
1861, 209, 406; of' Scottish Natural 
History, noticed 1892, 348. 

Ann Arbor, on mammals and birds of, 
noticed 1 881, 168. 

Anserinffi, on the classification of the 
American, noticed 1871, 419. 

Ansted, D. T., and Latham, R. G., 
'Channel Islands,' 1863, 223. 

Antarctica, on the sea-birds of, 1862, 
97; on the fauna of, noticed 1885, 
108; remarks on the birds of, 1894, 
494. 

Anticosti, on the natural history of, 
1863,473. 

Antigua, on the birds of, 1879, 211 ; 
1893, 158. 

Antilles, on the birds of the Lesser, 
noticed 1880, 135; expedition to the, 
1880, 380; on three new Honey- 
Creepers from the Lesser, noticed 
1885, 448. 

Antinori, O., discovery of a Weaver- 
bird in Egypt, 1863, 357; catalogue 
of birds from Central Africa, 1864, 
400; catalogue of N.E African birds, 
noticed 1870, 518 ; 1871,462. 

, and Salvador!, T, description of 

Saxicola leucolyema, noticed 1873, 
478 ; on Cypselus horus, noticed 
1873, 478. 

Antipode.*, ornithological notes from 
the, 1863, 241. 

Antipodes Island, on a species of Platy- 
cercus from, noticed 1893, 133. 



Ants' nests, on birds breeding in, 1S85, 
331. 

Ant-Thrushes, monograph of the, no- 
ticed 1894, 305, 438. 

Aphanaptervx, von Frauenfeld on, 
1868, 481 '; 1870,510; on the affinities 
of, 1869,2.56. 

Aplin, F. C, list of the birds of the 
Banbury District, noticed 1883, 375. 

Aplin, O. v., 'The Birds of Oxford- 
shire,' noticed 1890, 110; note on his 
intended expedition to Uruguay, 

1892, 350; departure for Uruguay 
( f , 1892, 580; arrival in Uruguay of, 

1893, 161 ; news of, from Uruguay, 
1893,284; return from Uruguay of, 
1893, 477 ; on the birds of Uruguay, 
with an introduction and notes by 
P. L. Sclater, 1894, 149. 

Ajjpenzell, on the birds of, noticed 
1873,486. 

Apteryx, on incubation of the, 1868, 
251, 504; on the structure of the 
eggshell of, noticed 1871, 454; 1872, 
445 ; on the skeleton of, noticed 1873, 
432 ; anatomy and development of, 
roticed 1891,619; 1893,143; on the 
Kiwi from Stewart Island, noticed 
1893, 127; exhibition of living speci- 
mens of, 1893, 573; notes on the 
genus, 1893, 573. 

Aptornis, on the genus, noticed 1893, 
13.5. 

' Aquila,' noticed 1894, 553. 

AquiljB, see under Eagles. 

Arabia, on the fauna of, 1862, 79; on 
birds observed in the Arabian Sea, 
noticed 1872, 414. 

Arajat (Philippines), on the birds of 
Mount, 1894,406. 

'Arcana Natura?,' noticed i860, 188. 

Arch;vology (Ornithological) of Norfolk, 
noticed 1872, 461. 

Archseopteryx, Owen's essay on, 1864, 
117; on the manus of, 1894, 142; 
on tlie wing of, noticed 1S94, 563. 

Archangel, on a journey from St. Peters- 
burg to, noticed 1872, 428; notes 
from, 1873,54; on the birds of, 1882, 
371. 

Arcliitecture of birds, Oustalet on the, 
noticed 1884, 460. 

' Archiv fiir Naturgeschichte,'i859, 204 ■ 
1861, 107; 1864, 123. 

'Arcliives cosmologiques,' 1867, 244- 
1868, 112, 226. 

'Archives du Museum,' 'Nouyelles,' 
1865, .528; 1868, 102. 

' Archivio per la Zoologia,' 1864, 399. 

Arctica: ornithological notes of the 
' Fox' in the Arctic Seas, i860, 165 ; 



notes on Arctic zoology, 1861, 198; 
catalogue of Arctic birds in the Oxford 
Museum, noticed 18-2,434; news of 
the Arctic Expedition, 1875, 520; 
osteology of Arctic and Sub- Arctic 
Water-birds, noticed i8p?9, 2o2, 893, 
568; 1890,260; 1891,141.287; 1892, 
343. See also under Polar Eegions. 

ArdeinJE, osteology of, noticed 1890, 120. 

Ardeino- Anserine Bii-ds, an attempt to 
diagnose the suborders of, by tbe aid of 
osteological characters alone, 18S9, 92. 

Ardnannirchan, list of the birds of, 
1879, 219. 

Arevalo y Baca, J., death of, 1890, 271. 

Arfak Mountains, on a visit to the, 
1 8 76, 383. 

' Argentine Ornithology,' Sclater and 
Hudson's, announced 1887, 124, no- 
ticed, vol. i. 1888, 279, vol. ii. 1889, 
391; letters on, 1889, 397; 1890,084. 

Argentine Republic, Leybold's excursion 
into, 1873, 429; on the birds of the, 
1873, 129; 1883, 394; 1S90, 424; 
1891, 16; on the Swallows of tlie 
genus Progne in tlje, noticed 1873, 
461 ; on two new species of birds 
from the, 1881, 599; on the birds of 
the genus Homorus in the, 1885, 
283 ; on the birds of Lonias de 
Zamora, 1888, 461 ; on the birds of 
Cordoba, noticed 1892, 178; on the 
birds of tbe Estancia Espartilla, 1892, 
193 ; on extinct giant birds of, 1893, 
40 ; on bird-migration in, 1893, 467 ; 
notes on the birds of Estancia Sta. 
Elena, 1893, 483; exhibition of three 
rare Parrots from, 1894, 546. 

ArgvU, Duke of, ' Reign of Law,' 1865, 
527. 

Argjllsbire, Cygnus bewickii in, 1891, 
294; Harvie-Brown and Buckley's 
'A Vertebrate Fauna of,' noticed 
1893, 136. 

Ariege, ornithology of the Valley of the 
Upper, 1889, 520. 

Aristotelian Zoology, 1863,226; 1864, 
402. 

Arizona, on the birds of, 1865, 157, 
535; 1868, 485; 1891, 131; 1893, 
147 ; Coues's ' From Arizona to tie 
Pacific,' 1866, 259; Coues'.s 'Pro- 
drome of the Ornitliology of,' 1867, 
130, 247 ; on a new Woodpecker 
from, 1886, 112; on a new Psahri- 
parus from, noticed 1889, 129; on 
nests and eggs from South, noticed 
1889, 115. 

Arlt, C, on the occurrence of Sylvia 
fluviatilis near Breslau, noticed 1872, 
414. 



Armenia, ornithological notes of a 
journey through South, 1882, 402. 

Armit, W. E., on two Australian 
Poepliila;, noticed 1878, 473. 

Arran (Island of), list of birds that 
have bred in the, 1863, 477. 

Arrigoni, Count Oddo, on the history of 
Ornithology, 1868, 342. 

Aru Islands, on birds from the, noticed 
1873,473. 

Aruba, on a new Conurus from, 1893, 
249; on the birds of, 1893, 289,' 293. 

Aruwliimi River, on Jameson's collec- 
tion of birds from, 1890, 156. 

Ascension Island, on birds' skins and 
eggs from, 1879, 272. 

Asia, Gould's 'Birds of,' 1859, 100, 
319, 454; 1865, 220; 1866, 409; 
J867, 371; 1868, 217, 472; 1870, 
119; 1871, 437; 1872, 188, 428; 
1873, 453; 1874, 452; 1877, 377; 
1878, 109; 1880, 135; 1881, 160; 
1882, 461; 1883, 379; 1884,49, 104; 
travels in Eastern. 1859, -'^^'"^i 473; 
1862, 302 ; 1866, 118 ; on the species 
of the genus Turdus of Eastern, 1863, 
195 ; on tbe Sea-Eagle of East, 1868, 
130 ; von Marteus's expedition to 
East, I S68, 340 ; on Ransonnet's birds 
from East, noticed 1872, 449; on new 
birds from, 1872, 462; 1875, 487; 
on the Pyrrhuljs of, 1874, 4(53; ^^ 
the Red-tailed Shrikes of Central, 
noticed 1880, 143; Seebohm'a 
'Siberia in,' noticed 1883, 113; on 
the Sliore-lark of East, 1884, 184; 
LansdelFs ' Russian Central Asia,' 
noticed 1886, 8() ; on the birds of 
Central, 1887, 401 ; Prjevalski's 
Joinnieys in Central, noticed 1890, 
256 ; 1 89 1, 285 ; on the Sea-Eagles of 
N.E., 1892, 349; on Shrikes from 
Central, 1894, 378, 384; Lansdell's 
' Chinese Central Asia,' noticed 1894, 
439. 

Asia Minor, on a new species of Tit- 
mouse irom, 1865,95; on the eggs 
and young of certain birds of, noticed 
1872, 451 ; Danford's f^xpcdition to, 

1876, 280; on the ornithology of, 

1877, 261; 1878, 1; 1880, 81. 
Asiatic Society of Bengal, Journal of 

the, 1859, 201; i860, 297, 420 ; 1863, 

222. 
' Asiatic Turkey,' remarks on Mr. G. 

Geary's, 1879, 120. 
Askold (Island of), on birds fronj the, 

1880, 373; 1881, 474. 
Assab, on the birds of, 1888, 484. 
Assumption Island, on new birds from, 

1894.314. 



Astrakhan, on the birds of, 1882, 204 ; 

on Aquila rapax from, noticed 1893, 

459. 
Astrolabe Mountains, on tbe birds of 

the, 188^, 11;'); 1885,115; 1886,90. 
' Ataeania,' Pliilippi's ' Reise durcb die 

Aiidenwiiste,' 1861, 109, 199. 
Athens, ornithological notes from, 1886, 

378. 
Atkinson, J. C, 'British Birds and 

Eggs,' 1861, 400. 
AtlaiiLic, on birds observed during two 

voyages across the ISorth, 1869, 388 ; 

on the absence of birds in the South, 

1873,331. 
Atlas Mountains, birds'-nesting in the 

Eastern, 1859, 174, 302, 352; on the 

avifauna of tlie, noticed 1891, 621. 
'Atti della Societa Italiana di Scienze 

Naturali,' 1863,471. 
Aucapitaine, H., on longevity of Psitta- 

cid;v>, 1865, 224. 
Auckland (N. Z.), on the birds of, 1870, 

392 ; on the introduction of the 

Pheasant into, noticed 1871, 447. 
Audebert's work, on the copper-plates of, 

1865, iir.. 
Audubon, J. J., 'Life of,' noticed 1894, 

Audubon, J. W., republication of his 
fatliers work, 1859, 212. 

'Audubon Magazine,' noticed 188 8, 481. 

Auk: Coues on the Alcidte, 1868, 483 ; 
Brandt's ' Monograph of the Alcidis,' 
1873, 104; on the Alcidte in the 
Boston Museum, 1875, 353; morpho- 
logy of the Auk tribe, noticed 1891, 
285. 

Auk (Great), Wolley on the, 1 861, 374; 
Preyer on the, 1862, 381 ; 1863, 356 ; 
on remains of the, from Caithness 
and Funk Island, 1865, 116; Baer on 
the, 1865,228; Owen on the skeleton of 
the, 1865,336; on old works containing 
references to the, 1866, 223; Dubois 
on the, 1868, 112; Steenstrup on the, 
1868, 341 ; Fatio on the, 1868, 341 ; 
1870, 618; 1871, 431; in New- 
England, 1S69, 229 ; oil eggs of the, 
i869,;3.')8; i88o,380; 1882, 461 ; 1888, 
152, 2S6 ; 1894, 297, 327, 422, 428 ; 
on existing remains of the, 1870, 256 ; 
Orton on the, noticed 1871, 456; on 
the remains of the, noticed 1883, 102; 
Blasius on the, 1884, 204, 454; 1885, 
223; Grie\e's 'The Great Auk or 
Garel'owl,' announced 1885, 120; in 
Is'orway, noticed i<S85, 225. 

'Auk,' 'The,' noticed 1884, 203, 452; 
1885, 2'20, 440; 1886, 78, 189. 513; 
1887, 243, 4.06; 1 888, 267, 479. 



Australia, Gould's ' Supplement to the 
Birds of,' 1859,454; 1868, 217; 1870, 
119; English singing-birds in, 1861, 
216; Gould's 'Handbook to the 
Birds of,' 1865, 239; 1866, 111 ; on 
the Oology of, 1867, 133, 413; 1883, 
108; Disgles's 'Ornithology of,' 
1868,117,348; 1870, 135; 1871,428; 
on birds from, 1869, 348 ; 1873, '148 ; 
1875, 389; 18S2, 172; on the Sun- 
birds of the Australian Region, 1870, 
18 ; Halle\ 's ' Australian Parrots,' 
noticed 1872, 188; description of two 
new birds from, noticed 1872, 429 ; 
on the Moa in, noticed 1885, 103; 
list of birds of, noticed 1S89, 123; on 
nests and eggs of birds of, noticed 
1892, 337; 1893, 142; bird-life of 
Adele Island, 1892, 254 ; description 
of the eggs of three species of Parra- 
keet from South, 1894, 259; on the 
occurrence of the Corn- Crake in, 
noticed 1894, 308 ; on a new Parra- 
keet from, noticed 1S94, 308 ; on an 
extinct Apterygine bird in, 1894, 327 ; 
on a new extinct gigantic bird in, 
1894, 328, 577; on the correct 
habitat of Cacatua gymnopis in, 1 894, 
454. 
Australian Museum, Report of the 
Trustees of the, noticed 1883, 109; 
Records of the, noticed 1890, 454; 
on the Accipitres in the, noticed 1891, 
136. 

Austro-Huugary, on birds that should 
be preserved in, noticed 1871, 434; 
on the birds of, noticed 1S72, 449; 
1873,490; 1883,575; i892,.334; 1893, 
459, 597 ; field -notes on the birds of, 
1884, 125; on (Estrelata hasitata 
in, 1884, 202; report on the migration 
of birds by the Austro-Hungarian 
Committee, noticed 1884, 345; ex- 
cursion to Southern, i886, 518; on 
Pallas's Sand-Grouse in, 1888, 375; 
1890, 461 ; on additions to the Ornis 
of, noticed 1889, 2.54; Zoo-geography 
of South, noticed 1S89, 563. 

Ava, on the birds obtained around, 
1870,462. 

' Avium Systema Naturale,' proposed 
Index to Reichenbach's, 1879, 380. 

Ayrcs, T , on the birds of Natal, i860, 
203; i86i,128; 1862,25, 149; 1863, 
320; 1864,346; 1873, 280; on Trans- 
vaal ornithology, 1869. 28(>; 1872, 
414; 1874,101; 1877,339; 1878,281, 
406 ; 1879, 285, 389; 1880, 99, 257 ; 
1884, 217; 1885, 341; 1886, 282. 

Ayres, W., a list of birds collected in 
Transvaal and in Umziella's Country 



9 



lying to the North-east of Transraal, 
communicated by John Henry 
Gurney, 1887, 47. 

Ayrshire, Gray and Anderson's ' Birds 
of,' 1870, 12G; Pallas's Sand-Grouse 
iu, 1872, 3o5. 

Azara, F. d', on the Trochilidse of, 1865, 
535. 

Azores, Morelet's ' Natural History of 
the,' 1 861, 400; on God man's vovnge 
to the, 1865, 240; on the birds 
of the, 1866, 88 ; 1 868, 344 ; Godman's 
' Natural History of the,' noticed 
1871,436. 

Azov (Sea of), ornithological obser- 
vations in the, 1872, 224. 

B. 

Backhouse, J., autumn ramble in E. 
Iceland, with some notes from the 
Faroes, 1885, 364; observations in 
the E. Pyrenees, 1887, 66. 

Backhouse, J., jun., 'Handbook of 
European Birds,' noticed 1890, 371 ; 
letter on hybrids between the Black 
Grouse and Capercailie, 1894, 448. 

Biideker, F. W. J., ' Eier der Euro- 
paischenY6gel,'i859,202, 400; i860, 
189; 1 86 1, 201; 1862, 294, 381 ; 
1868,341. 

Baer, K. E. v., on Alca impennis, 1865, 
228. 

Bahamas, on the birds of the, i860, 97 ; 
1868, 229 ; 1892, 331 ; Cory's 'Birds 
of the,' noticed 1880, 473. 

Bal)ia,on three new birds from, 1883,187. 

Bailly, J. B., ' Ornitliologie de la Savoie,' 
1893, 475. 

Baird, S. P., report on North-American 
ornithology, 1859, 108, 460; cata- 
logue of North- American birds, 1859, 
205, 211, 329 ; account of progress of 
natural bi.story in the U. S., 1859, 
334; on proceedings of American 
collectors, 1860, 309 ; on thebird.s of 
North America, i860, 425; extracts of 
letters from, on American bii-ds, 1863, 
238, 360, 476 ; ' Review of American 
Birds,' 1865, 229, 345, 534; 1866, 
417 ; extract from a letter from, on 
Jlr. Kennioott's oological explora- 
tions, 1865, 239 ; notes on old works 
containing reference to .A lea impennis, 
1866, 223; the Distribution and 
Migrations of North-American birds, 
1866,416; 1867,257; note on Messrs. 
Pliilippi and Landbeck's papers in 
the ' Anales de la Universidad do 
Chile,' 1866, 424 ; letter on a remark- 
able peculiarity of Pcleciinus trachy- 
rliyncbus, 1869. 350; ^^'llitue}'3 



'Land- birds of California,' noticed 

1871, 481; announcement of ' Birds 
of N. America,' 1872, 195; 'Ornitho- 
logy of Utah,' noticed 1877, 384; 
death of, 1887, 481; the scientific 
work of, noticed 1888, 483. 

Baird, S. F., Brewer, T. M.. and Ridg- 
way, R., ' Water-birds of N. America,' 
noticed i88s, 97, 221. 

, Cassin, J., and Lawrence, G. N., 

' Birds of N. America,' noticed i860, 
423. 

, Ball, W. H., and Bannister, H. 

M., 'List of the Birds of Alaska,' 
noticed 1870, 521. 

Baker, E. C. S., description of a new 
species of Wren from North-east 
India, together with an account of 
its nest and eggs, 1892, 62. 

Bakody, T., on Trichina in the fowl, 
noticed 1873, 4.33. 

Baheniceps, remai-ks on the genus 
1862, 158, 182. 

Baldanius, A. C. E., continuation of 
Naumann's ' Vogel Deutschlands,' 
1862, 40; on birds of the Engadine, 
1870, 517; 1871,419 ; on the breeding- 
place of Branta rufiiia, noticed 1871, 
419 ; on Cuckoos and other parasitic 
birds, noticed 1892, 569; obituarial 
notice, 1894, 148. 

Baldwin, J. H., ' Large and Small 
Game of Bengal,' noticed 1877, 372. 

Balearic Islands, on the birds of the, 
noticed 1863, 365 ; 1886, 621. 

Balfour, I. B., expedition to Socofra, 
1878, 492; 1880, 250 ; on birds col- 
lected by, during his expeditiun to 
Socotra, 1880, 380; 1881, 179. 

Ball, J., and Hooker, Sir J., ' Tour iu 
Marocco,' noticed 1879, «^^^'' 

Ball, v., on birds of the Nicobar Islands, 
1870, 526; on the fauna of Nancowry 
Harbour, Nicobar Islands, noticed 
1871,419; on the birds of Port Blair, 
noticed 1871, 419; on birds captured 
in the Red and Arabian Sea.s, noticed 

1872, 414; on the birds of the Anda- 
man Islands, noticed 1873, 434 ; 
'Jungle Life in India, ' noticed 1880, 
239. 

Banbury district, Aplin's birds of the, 
noticed 1883, 375. 

Banffshire, nesting of the Dotterel and 
Snow-bunting in, 1893, 669, 693; 
1894,117,1.36. 

Banks' Islands, on new birds from, no- 
ticed 1 87 1, 440. 

Bannister, II. M., on the classification of 
the American Anserina;, noticed 1871, 
419. 



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Bannister.H. M., Dall, W.II.,andBaii-(1, 

S. F., ' List of the Birds of Alaska, ' 

noticed 1870, 521. 
Baram District, on the avifauna of the, 

1893,381. 
Barbados, on the birds of, 1873,338; 

i88q, 477; on PufRnus auduboni 

breeding in, 1889, 60, 
Barbarv, on the birds of, noticed 188 1, 

158.' 
Barbcts, on the American, 1861, 182; 

1862, 1; Marshall's ' Capitonidaj,' 
1870,156,505; 1871, 451, 452 ; 1872, 
327, 443 ; on new genera and species 
of, 1889, 475; on some genera of 
Oriental, 1893, 234. 

Barboza du Bocage, J. V., on the birds 
of Portugal, 1863, 227; 1870, 134; 
on preparing zoological specimens, 

1863, 227; on birds of the Azores, 
1868, 344; on birds of West Africa, 
1868, 345: 1869,117; 1871,422; 1872, 
417; 1873,43c.; 1877,245,380; 1878, 
194; 1879, 352; 1880, 366; 1881, 157, 
280,472; 1882, 164, 457 ; 1883, D7; 
1885, 98; list of the birds in the 
Lisbon Museum, 1870, 134; on Pele- 
canus sharpii, noticed 1871, 422; 
on Transvaal birds in the Lisbon 
Museum, noticed 1872,416; 'Melan- 
ges Ornithologiques,' noticed 1872, 
416; 1879,352; ' Ornithology of An- 
gola,' noticed 1878, 107 ; 1882, 333 ; 
on a new African Coracias, noticed 
188 1, 157 ; on the birds of Zambesia, 
noticed 1881, 280; supplementary 
list of birds found in Eolama and 
Prince's Islands, noticed 1 88 1 , 473 ; on 
the identity of Cinnyi-is erikssoni and 
Kectarinia ludovicensis, noticed 1885, 
98 ; on the birds of Angola, noticed 
1885, 98 ; 1893, 576 ; on Certhilauda 
duponti in Portugal, noticed 1887, 
244 ; on the birds of St. Thomas, no- 
ticed 1S87, 352, 458 ; 1888, ."61, 482 ; 
1889, 114; 1890, 248; 1892, 328; on 
birds from Equatorial Africa, noticed 
1888, 362 ; on the birds of Benguela, 
noticed 1893, 12<i ; on the birds of 
Dahomey, noticed 1893, 127; descrip- 
tion of Bradyornis sharpii from 
Angola, 1894, 435. 

, and Sousa, J. A. de, list of birds 

in the Lisbon Museum, 1870, 134. 
Barbs and barbules of feathers, on the 

structure of, 1887, 420. 
Barbuda Island, catalogue of birds of, 

noticed, 1879. 211. 
Baring-Gould, S., ' Iceland,' noticed 

1863,465. 
Barkly, Sir H., on the Fauna and 



Flora of Round Island, noticed i8'i, 
420. 

Barnard, M. R., on the birds of Iceland, 
1869, 112. 

Barnes, H. E., ' The Birds of Bombay,' 
noticed 1886, 190; nesting in West- 
ern India, noticed 1892, 166; on the 
birds of Aden, 1893,57, 165; exhibi- 
tion of birds sent from Aden by, 1893, 
116. 

, and Swinhoe, C, on tlie birds of 

Central India, noticed 1885, 52, 
124. 

Barnston, G., recollections of the Swans 
and Geese of Hudson's Bay, i860, 
253. 

Barratt, F. A., on the birds of the Ly- 
denburg district, 1876, 191. 

Barrett-Hamilton, G. E. H., on the 
occurrence in Ireland of the American 
Red-breasted Snipe, 1894, 297 ; letter 
on the occurrence of the Common 
Scoter and the Long-tailed Duck in 
Ii'eland, 1894, 451. 

Barrier Islands, Button on birds of 
Gx-eat and Little, 1870, 136. 

Barron, C, letter on birds' cceca, 1867, 
145. 

Barrow (Point), Murdoch's Expedition 
to, noticed 1886, 195. 

Barrows, W. B., catalogue of the Al- 
cida; in the Boston Museum, noticed 
1879, 3.53; the English Sparrow 
( Passer domesticus) in North America, 
noticed 18 go, 372. 

Barry, M., list of the birds that have 
bred in the Island of Arran, 1863, 
477. 

Barthelemy-Lapommeraye, — , and Jau- 
bert, J. B., 'Richesses Ornithologiques 
du Midi de la France,' 1859, 201 ; 
1861, 304 ; 1864, 39(1. 

Bartlett, A. D., remarks on the mode of 
preparing and keeping living Thrushes 
and other birds intended for shipment 
to Australia, 1862, 13. 

Bartlett, E., e.xpedition to the Amazons, 
1865, 117; 'Monograph of the 
Weaver-Birds, Ploceida?,and Finches, 
Fringillida?,' announcement of, 1S85, 
330; 1888, 285, noticed 1888, 360; 
1890,248. 

Bass's Straits, on the breeding and 
capture of Mutton-birds in the Islands 
of, 1859,397. 

Bassein. on birds obtained around, 1870, 
462. 

Batavia, on birds of, noticed 1883, 118, 
22! ; 1884, 111. 348; 1885, 326. 

Batchiau. on a Paradise-bird from, 1859, 
332. 



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Bates, H. W., 'Naturalist on the Ama- 
zons,' 1863, 462. 

Bavaria, on the birds of, noticed 1892, 
335 ; on the Marbled Duck in, 1894, 
453. 

Beak, see Bill. 

Bean, T. H., notes on birds collecfed in 
Alaska and Siberia, noticed 1883, 97. 

Beavan, R. C, notes on Tarious Indian 
birds, 1865, 40U; 1867, 430; 1868, 73, 
105, 355, 370; 1869, 403 ; 1870, 310 ; 
extract from a letter from, on the birds 
of Ross Island, 1866, 220; letter on 
birds of tlie Andaman Islands, 1866, 
419; letters on some Himalayan birds, 
186-, 13R, 138, 140; on the Avifauna 
of the Andaman Islands, 1867, 314; 
letter on a new species of Buehanga, 
1 868, 496 ; death of, 1870, 301. 

Beccari, O., on Amblyornis inornata, 
noticed 1877, 379; ornithological 
letter from Sumatra, noticed 18 "9, 
353. 

Becker, L.. on the nesting of the Lyre- 
bird, 1859, 2(t3. 

Beckham, C. W., ' List of the birds of 
Nelson County, Kentucky,' noticed 
1886, 190; on the plumage of Regulus 
calendula, noticed 1887, 103; on the 
birds ot South-western Texas, noticed 

1889, 115. 

Beddard, F. E., ou the aftershaft in the 
feathers of certain birds, 1885, 19; 
on the classification of the Striges, 
1888, 335 ; letter on an error in bis 
paper on the classification of the 
Striges, 1888, 493; contributions to 
the anatomy of the Hoatzin (Opistho- 
conius cristatuj), with particular 
reference to the structure of the wing 
in the young, 1889, 283; on the 
alimentary canal of the Martineta 
Tiuamou (Calodromiis elegaus), 1890, 
61 ; on Phutodilus badius, with 
remarks on its systemutie position, 

1890, 293; Ornithological Notes: I. 
On the tongue of Zosterops, 1891, 
510 ; II. On the convoluted trachea 
of Manucodia comrii, 189 1, 512; 
'Animal Coloration,' noticed 1892, 
560 ; on the osteology, pterylosis, and 
muscular anatomy of the American 
Fin-foot (Helioniis surinamensis), 
1893. 30. 

'Bee-eaters,' Dresser's ' Moifograph of 
the,' announced 1881, 179; progress 
of the, 1883, 131 : noticed 1885, 103, 
225, 314; 1886, 36(). 

Behn, Dr., on the Dodo and Poulc- 
rougp, 1868, 479. 

Belding, L., catalogue of the birds of 



the Western Coast of Lower Cali- 
fornia, noticed 1883,375; catalogue 
of the birds of the Penin.sula of 
Lower California, noticed 1883, 37(> ; 
on the birds of Lower California, 
noticed 1885, 98; list of birds of 
Guaymas, noticed 1885, 98. 

Belgium : Dubois's ' Oiseaux de la 
Belgique,' 1870, 511 ; Dubois's 
' Faune Illustree des Vertebrts de la 
Belgique,' noticed 1877, 130; 1885, 
443; 1888, 364; additions to the 
avifauna of, noticed 1881, 133; 
Ornithological reports for, noticed 
1887,244; 1888,482; ornithological 
observations made in, noticed 1891, 
276. 

Bcling, T., on the evacuations of 
Herons after eating frogs, noticed 
1873,434. ^ 

Belke, G., on the birds of Podolia, 
1S60, 97. 

Bell-bird, on the Costa-Rican, and its 
allies, :86s, 9<J. 

Bellenden-Ker Range, on the birds of 
the, 1890, 263. 

Bello y Espinoso, D., ornithological 
notes on Porto Rico, noticed 1872, 
414. 

Beiumelen, A. A. van, on the breeding 
of Pelecauus onocrotalus in the 
Rotterdam Gardens, noticed 1873, 
434. 

Beudire, C. E., list of birds of S.E. 
Oregon, noticed 1879, 353; on the 
nest and eggs of Polioptila californica, 
noticed 1889, 115; on a collection 
of birds' nests and eggs from Southern 
Arizona, noticed 1889, 115 ; directions 
ibr coUecling eggs and nests, noticed 
1892, 329; ' Life-histories of North- 
American Birds,' noticed 1893, 1-^- 

Beneden, P. J. van, on fossil birds' bones 
found in Belgium, noticed 1873,434. 

Bengal, Baldwin's ' Large and Small 
Game of,' noticed 1877,372; on the 
birds of Eastern, 1882, 84. 

Benguela. news of J. J. Monteiro from, 
1862, 93; Barboza du Bocage on 
the birds of, noticed 1893, 126. 

Bennett, G., on the habits of Scythrops, 
1859,319; letter from, respecting a 
new species of Cassowary, i860, 402 ; 
notes on a living specimen of a sin- 
gular Grallatorial bird from New 
Caledonia, 1861, 136; ' Gatherings of 
a Naturalist,' 1861, 197; letter on 
the diagram of the Albatros in his 
'Gatherings of a Naturalist,' 1862, 
90; on ProccUaria gigantea, 1862, 
193 ; obituarial notice of, 1894, 147. 



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Bennett, K. H., on the habits of 
Gypoictinia melanosternon, noticed 
1882, 161; on the breeding-place 
of Platalea flavipes and Ardea 

Cacifica, noticed 1883, 376; on the 
abitB of the Mallee Hen (Leipoa 
ocellata), noticed 1884, 33(5; on 
birds breeding in New South Wales, 
noticed 1886, 365 ; letter on Erisuia- 
tura australis, 1891, 143. 

Benvenuti, H., on new Troehilidae, 
1863, 470; letter on additions to the 
birds of Tuscany, 1864, 227. 

Berar, on birds observed in, noticed 
1872,442. 

Bergman, R. H., and Sharpe, E. B., on 
a collection of birds from China and 
Japan, noticed 1871, 472. 

Bering Island, on the birds of, 1883, 
582. 

Bering Sea, on the -birds of, no'iced 
1 88+, 10.5. 

'Berkshire,' Kennedy's 'Birds of,' 
noticed 1868, 338. 

Berlepsch, Hans, Graf von, on new 
American birds, noticed 1879, 475; 
on new and described South-Ameri- 
can birds, 1880, 112; extract from a 
letter from M. A. Dubois concerning 
Chlorophonia cyanodorsalis, 188 1, 
179 ; on some necessary changes in 
the nomenclature of South-American 
birds, 1 881, 239; descriptions of 
three new species of birds from 
Bahia, Brazil, 1883, 137 ; descriptions 
of six new species of birds from 
Southern and Central Auierica, 1883, 
487; on a collection of bird-skins 
from the Orinoco, Venezuela, 1884, 
431 ; description of a new species of 
the genus Picumnus from Southern 
Brazil, 1884, 441; on the birds of 
Bucaratnanga, noticed 1885, 221; 
descriptions of three new species of 
birds from South America, 1885, 
288 ; on some interesting additions 
to the avifauna of Bucaramanga, 
1886, 53; on the literature of the 
Trociiilidae, noticed 1887, 103; de- 
6cri]jtions of new species and sub- 
species of TrochilieUi;, 1887, 289; 
on the genus Cyclorhis, 1888, 83 ; 
descriptions of two new species of 
birds from Bogota, 1888, 128 ; on the 
birds of Paraguay, noticed 1888, 131 ; 
on tlie Colombian TrochiHihc, noticed 
1888, 361 ; on a new Huiiiming- 
bird and remarks on a collection of 
birds from Bogota, noticed 18S9, 116; 
descriptions of two new birds from 
Northern Peru, 1889, ISl ; letter on 



a Penguin found dead on the coast of 
Eio Grande do Sul, 1889, 2.58 ; on new 
species of Neotropical birds, noticed 

1890, 111 ; on Garlepp's birds from 
Brazil and North Peru, noticed 1890, 
111, 372; notes on Neotropical 
birds, noticed, 1890, 112; on the 
birds of Cum 9 10, noticed 1892, 447 ; 
on a remarkable new Finch from 
the Highlands of Bolivia, 1893, 
207. 

Berlepsch, Hans, Graf von, and Ihering, 
H. von, on the birds of Rio Grande 
do Sul, noticed 1886, 79. 

, and LeverkLihn, P., on new species 

of South-American birds, noticed 

1 891, 128. 

, and Stolzmann, J., description of a 

new species of Grebe from Central 

Peru, 1894, 109; descriptions de 

quelques especes nouvelles d'Oiseaux 

du Perou central, 1894, 385. 
Bermuda, Jones's ' Naturalist in,' i8:;9, 

104; on the birds of, 1859, 461; 

1885,447. 
Bernstein, A., on the edible-birds'-nest- 

making Swifts of Java, 1859, 458; on 

the egffs and nests of Javan birds, 

i860, 94, 191; on new Malayan 

birds, 1865,343, 344. 
Berthold (Fort), list of birds observed 

at, noticed 1883, 216. 
Bertrand, J., on the flight of birds, 

noticed 1872, 414. 
'Berwickshire,' Muirhead's 'Birds of,' 

noticed 1890, 117. 
Bessels, E., note on his joining Capt. 

Hall's Arctic Expedition, 1872, 90. 
Betant, A. H., notes on Serinus pusillus, 

noticed 1872, 414. 
Betta, E. de, on birds of Venetia, 1870, 

133. 
Bettoni, E., on birds of Lombardy, 

1868, 106; 1870, 132; 1871, 420; 

1872,415. 
Bewick, T., letters on a work illustrated 

by, 1866,21.5, 323. 
Beyrout, on birds of prey from, 1859, 

389. 
Bhamo, on the birds of, 1888, 70. 
Bianchi, V., on a new Otomela (0. bog- 

danowi), noticed 1887, 245; on the 

birds of the Western Pamir, noticed 

1887, 245. 
Bianconi, J. J., on the tarso-metatarsus 

of birds, 1864, 399; 1870, 519; on 

^pyornis, 1868, 103; 1870, 519; on 

the afRnities of .^pvornis, noticed 

J 872, 421; 1873,434' 
' Bible,' Tristram's ' Natural History 

of the,' i868, 219. 



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' Bibliographia Orniihologlca Helvetite,' 
Stolker's, noticed 1871, 474. 

Biddulpb, John, ou the birds of Gilgit, 
1881, 35; 1882, '2()(); description of a 
new Fincb from Yarkand (Fropasser 
rbodometopus), 1881, 156. 

Bidwell, E., on tbe occurrence of Sa- 
bine's Gull in the Isle of Mull, 
noticed 1885, 222; exbibition of a 
fractured liumerus of a Coot, 1893, 
440; exhibition of a set of photo- 
graphs of tbe eggs of Alca impennis, 
1894, 297 ; note on some newlj- 
discoTered eggs of tbe Great Auk, 
1894, 422; exhibition of two un- 
recorded eggs of the Great Auk, 
1894, 428. 

, and Pearson, H. J., on a birds'- 

nesting excursion to tlie north of 
Norway in 1893, 1894, 22(5. 

Bigg-Wiiher, T. P., notes on the l.abits 
of Trogon surucura, extracted from 
Lis ' Three Years of Forest and 
Prairie Life' &c., 1879, 113. 

Bill, of tbe species of Flamingo, 1869, 
438 ; on the muscles of the, noticed 
1872,427; on tbe structure of the 
Spoonbill's, noticed 1873, 464; on 
the moulting of the beak in birds, 
noticed 1880, 369 ; on a deformity in 
tbe bill of Heteralocha acutirostris, 
noticed 1881, 162; on injuries to the 
bird'^, noticed 1887, 254; on mal- 
formation of tbe, noticed 1892, 338 ; 
on a point in the mechanism of the 
bird's, 1893, 361, 563, 592; 1894, 
449. 

Billiton, on the birds of, noticed 1891, 
623. 

'Biography of Ornithologist.^,' Keicbe- 
now and Schalow's, noticed 1879, 
477. 

' Biologia Centrali- Americana,' see 
Godnian, F. D., and Salvin, O. 

Biscay (Bay of), capture of Siurus 
noveboracensis in the, 1888, 494. 

Bisinarckburg, on tbe birds of, 1894, 
312. 

Bitterns : on the anatomy of the Sun- 
Bittern, noticed 1872, 444; on tbe 
geographical distribution of tbe 
Little Bittern, 1894, 425. 
Blaauw, F. E., letter on the Spoonbill 
in Holland, 1887, 364; 1892, 468; 
letter on the occurrence of Syrrhaptes 
paradoxus in Holland, 1888, 377 ; 
letter ou a hermaphrodite Finch 
(Fringilla caslebs), 1890, 464; on 
Syrrhaptes paradoxus in captivity, 
1890,465; letter on the occurrence 



of Emberiza aureola in Holland, 

1 891, 151 ; letter on the occurrence of 
Ampelis garrulus in Holland, 1892, 
346 ; letter on the occurrence of 
Xema sabinii in Holland, 1893, 15U; 
letttr on the immature plumage of 
Ajaja rosea, 1895, 465 ; ' Comparative 
List of the Birds of Holland and 
England,' noticed 1894, ^-^ ; letter 
ou a probable niigration to Western 
Europe of tbe Nutcracker, 1S94, 136; 
letter on a double moult taking place 
in the Ducks of the genus Tadorna, 
1894, 317. 

Blackburn, Mrs. H.,' Birds drawn from 
^ature,' noticed 1862, 290; 1868, 
220. 

' Blackbeath,' Collingwood's 'Fauna of,' 
1859, 4." 6. 

Bl.ickwel], J., ' Eesearches in Zoology,' 
noticed 1873, 430. 

Blagg, E. W. H., notes on the nesting 
of some Shetland birds, 1893, 350. 

Blakiston, T. VV., on birds collected and 
observed in the Interior of British 
North America, 1861, 314; 1862, 3; 
1863, 39, 121 ; on the ornithology of 
Northern Japan 1862, 309 ; 1863, 97 ; 
extract of a letter on some Japanese 
birds, 1878,385; Ornithological notes: 
birds of Yezo ; autumn collecting at 
Sapporo ; Messrs. Jouy and Smith's 
late collections, noticed 1883, 562; 
zoological indications of ancient con- 
nections of the Japan Islands with 
the Continent, noticed 1883, 562; 
' Amended List of the Birds of Japan,' 
noticed 1884,336; Water-birds of 
Japan, noticed 1887, 352; death of, 

1892, 190. 

, and Bland, Lieut., list of birds of 

Nova Scotia, 1859, 461. 

, and Pryer, H., Catalogue of the 

birds of Japan, 1878, 209 ; 1879, 18 I 
paper on the birds of Japan, noticed 
1882, 599. 

Blancbard, E., ' Osteologie des Oiseaus,' 
i860, 93; on the fauna of Mouj^in, 
)ioticed 1872, 415. 

Bland, Lieut, list of birds of Bermuda, 
1859,46.1. 

, and Blakiston, T. W., list of birds 

of Nova Scotia, 1 859, 461. 

Blanford, W. T., letter on various rare 
Indian birds, 1867, 461 ; on birds 
obtained in tbe Irawadi valley around 
Ava, Thayet Myo, and Bassein, 1870, 
462; on Indian birds, 1870, 525; 
letter on some Indian birds, 1870, 
533 ; ' Geology and Zoology of Abys- 



14 



sinia,' 1870, 504; 1871, 421; on 
Drymoeea adamsi and tbe relationship 
of "the Indian and African faunas, 
1 872,84 ;onPelloi'neumsubochraceum, 
1873,87; expedition to Persia, 1872, 
92 ; note on Prorarduelis riibescens, 
noticed 1872, 415; on McMaster's 
list of jN'agpore birds, noticed, 1872, 
415 ; list of birds observed in the 
Wardha Valley, noticed 1872, 415; 
on a visit to Sikim, noticed 1872, 
415, 416; 1873, 435; on birds from 
Sikim, noticed, 1872, 416; 1S73, 
435 ; on new species of Persian birds, 
1873, 86, 225; notes on 'Stray 
Feathers,' 1873, -H '' 0° Indian and 
Persian birds, 1S74, 75; on Malabar 
birds, 1874, 92 ; on certain Sylviidse 
and on the application of the rules of 
nomenclature, 1874, 300; on Hypo- 
colius ampelinus in Sind, 1875, 387; 
' Zoology of Eastern Persia,' an- 
nounced 1874, 174, noticed 1877, 
122 ; letter on some species of Capri- 
mulgus and Batrachostomus, 1877, 
249 ; on a new Trochalopteron (T. 
meridionale), noticed i88i,472; news 
of, from Jacobab:id, 1882, 3-18 ; letter 
on Mr. Seebohm's geological views, 
1886, 525; 'Fauna of British India,' 
Aves, noticed 1889, 143; 1890, 252; 
1891, 283; on some genera of Ori- 
ental Barbets, 1893, 234; on the 
scientific names of the Iriiperial and 
Spotted Eagles and on the generic 
names of Bonelli's Eagle and the 
Black Eagle, 1894, 120,283; on the 
occurrence of Circus spilouotus in 
Moulmein, 1894, 122; letter on Mr. 
Munn's paper ' On the Birds of the 
Calcutta District,' 1894, 320; notes 
on the Indian Owls, 1894, 433, 524 ; 
letter criticising Lieut. Cordeaux's 
paper on the birds of Dras and Sum, 
1894, 572. 

Blanford, W. T., and Dresser, H. E., on 
Ilemprich and Ehrenberg's types, 
18-4,335. 

Blasius, J. H., on the diversity in the 
estimates of the European ornis and 
its causes, 1859, 204; 1861, 292; 
' Briefliche Mittheilungcn iiber Helgo- 
land,' 1859, 459; remarks upon the 
Gulls of Pallas's ' Zoographia Rosso- 
Asiatica,' 1859, ^^^^ J continuation of 
Naumann's ' Vogel Deutschlands,' 
1862, 40; ornithological letter on 
Heligoland, 1862, 58; on European 
Eagles, 1862, 82; listof tiie birds of 
Europe, i863,350;deatliof, 1870,448. 

Blasius, R., on the egg-shell, 1868, 228 ; 
ornithological contributions, noticed 



1884, 337; first Ornithological Con- 
gress at Vienna, noticed 1884, 453; 
on collections in the Mark and Pom- 
erauia, noticed 1886, 80; on collec- 
tions in Sweden and Norway, noticed 
1886, 80; on the birds of Brunswick, 
noticed 1889, 116; on Mergus ana- 
tarius, noticed 1889, 117; on birds 
at the German Light-stations, noticed 
1892,329. 

Blasius, R., and Jackel, J., on the birds 
of Bavaria, noticed 1892, 335. 

Blasius, W., on a collection of birds 
from Borneo, noticed 1882, 599; on 
tlie birds of Celebes, noticed, pt. i. 

1883, 376, pt. ii. 1887, 104, pt. iii. 
18S8, 132; on the birds of Ceram, 
noticed 1883, 5(>3; on the birds of 
south-east Borneo, noticed 1883, 563 ; 
on birds from Ecuador, noticed 1884, 
204 ; on birds from Java, noticed 

1884, 204; papers on the Great Auk 
(Alca impennis), noticed 1884, 204, 
454; 1885, 223; on Grabowsky's 
collections from Borneo, noticed 1885, 
222 ; on a new Trumpeter from 
Bolivia, noticed 18S5, 222; on the 
breast-bone of birds, noticed 1885, 
223 ; on measuring birds' skeletons, 
noticed 1886, 365; on the birds of 
prey of Cochabamba, noticed 18 86, 
365 ; on birds from Cochabamba, 
noticed 1886, 365; letter on Mr. 
Sharpe's nomenclature of the birds 
of Palawan, 1888, 372 ; on the birds 
of Palawan, C(jllected by Dr. and 
Mrs. Platen, noticed 1889, 117; on birds 
from Great Sangliir, noticed 1889, 
118 ; on Platen's birds from the Sooloo 
Islands, noticed 1891, 128, from Min- 
danao, noticed 1891, 129, and from 
Great Sanghir andSiao, noticed 1891, 
274. 

,and Nehrkorn, A.,on Bornean birds, 

noticed 1 882,334; on a collection of 
birds from Amboina, noticed 1883, 
212. 

Blasket Islands, visit to, 1891, 1. 

Bligh, S., note on Baza ceylonensis, 

1885, 362; 188-, 419; on Kieners 
Hawk-Eagle, 1886, 299; on Hirundo 
rust'ca and Alotacilla melanope in 
Ceylon, 1888, 316. 

Blomefield, L., ' Reminiscences of Yar- 
rcU,' noticed 1885, 441; 'Reminis- 
cences of Selby,' noticed 18S6, 191. 

Blvth, E., letters from, on Indian 
birds, 1859, 114,211, 464; i860, 99, 
193,306; 1861, 212, 407; 1862, 91, 
193, 303. 385; 1863, 117, 367; 1864, 
411 ; 1868, 249, 354; 1872, 82; 
report of the Museum of the Asiatic 



15 



Society of Bengal, 1859, 201; i860, 
90, 187 ; 1863, 464 ; on a new Lory, 
1859, 201 ; on DiardigalUis fasciolatus, 

1859, 201 ; note on edible birds'-nests, 

1 860, 323 ; note on Leptoptilus argala, 

1861, 2(58; catalogue ot'the Birds of 
India, 1S63, 1 ; return of, to England, 
1863, 240 ; ou bii'ds of the Andaujans, 
1863, 464; notes on the genus 
Pyrrhuln, 1863, 410; identifications 
and rectifications of synonymy, 1865, 
27 ; The Ornithology of India — A 
Commentary on Dr. Jerdon's ' Birds 
of India,' i'856, 225, 33() ; 1S67, 1, 
147 ; The Ornithology of Ceylon— 
A Supplement to Dr. Jerdon's ' Birds 
of India,' 1867, 294; letter on birds 
of the Andaman Inlands, 1868, 131 ; 
notes relating chiefly to the birds of 
India, 18-0, ir)7 ; on birds collected 
by Samuel Griffith, 1872, 89 ; addenda 
to the Avifauna of India, 1873, 79; 
death of, 1874, 465; ' Catalogue of 
the ilammals and Birds of Burma,' 
noticed 1876, 270. 

Blyth, E., and Tegetmeier, W. B., 
' Natural History of the Cranes,' 
noticed 1881, 494'. 

Boardiuan, G-. A., on the Labrador 
Duck, noticed 1873, '^'^-- 

, and V'errill, A. E , ' Catalogue of 

the Birds of Maine,' 1863, 228. 

Boatbill, on the anatomy of the, 
noticed 1872, 444. 

Bocage, .«ce Barboza du Bocage. 

Bock, C, on pet birds in Sumatra, 1S82, 
47.1. 

Bucking. A., on the American Rhea, 
1864, 123. 

Boddaert, P., Tegetmeier's reprint of 
the 'Table des Planches Euluminees,' 
noticed 1873, 323. 

Bodo, on birds observed at, i86t, 
77. 

Boeck, E. v., on the birds of Cochabamba, 
noticed 1886, 366; death of, 1886, 
388. 

Boehm, R., on the ornithological collec- 
tions of, noticed 1884, 110; death of, 
1885, 3.38. 

Bogdanow, M. N., ' Birds of the Cau- 
casus,' noticed 1880, 239; on two new 
Sandgrousc (Pterocles severzowi and 
Pterocles ellioti), noticed 1881, 473; 
' Conspectus of tlie Birds of Russia,' 
noticed 1887, 223; on Phaeianus 
komarowi, noticed 1887, 245; death 
of, 1888, 381. 

Bogos Country, on birds from the, 
noticed 1871, 432. 

Bogota, on new birds from, 1862, 183; 
1888, 128; on the Humming-birds of, 



1S62, 188; on anew Humming-bird 
and remarks on a collection of birds 
from, noticed 1889, 116. 

Bohemia, Fritsch's ' Die Vogel Bohmens,' 
m.'ticed 1872, 427 ; 18-3, 449. 

Bohndorff, F., return of, from Africa, 
1884, 358; on birds colle^'ted by, in 
Equatorial Africa, 1885, 115; de- 
parture of, for Kilimanjaro, 1S94, 
454. 

Boie, F, notes on birds, 1859, 203; 
death of, 1870, 540; obituarial notice 
of, 1 87 1, 453. 

Bolama Island, on birds from, noticed 
1881,473. 

Bolau, H., on two collections of birds 
from the Island of Askold, noticed 
1881, 474; on a collection of birds 
from the Suifun District, noticed 1882, 
165 ; on the Ornis of E. Siberia, 
noticed 18S3, 97. 

' Bolivar,' Speuce's ' Land of.' notictd, 
1878,192. 

Bolivia, on two new Humming-birds 
from, noticed 1882, 475; on a new 
Trumpeter from, noticed 1885, 222; 
on birds from, noticed 1889, 559; on 
a new Finch from, 1893, 207. 

Bolle, C, on the Wild Canary, 1859, 
107 ; on a new Finch from West 
Africa, 1859, 203 ; notice of Pyrrhula 
githaginea, 1859, 459 ; (m Anthus 
berthelotii, 1862, 343. 

Bombay, Barnes's ' The Birds of,' noticed 
1886, 190; 'Journal of the Natural 
History Society of,' noticed 1886, 
514; 1887, 246, 458. 

Bonaire Island, on the birds of, 1893, 
289, 326. 

Bonaparte, C. L., death of, 1859, 105; 
Index to the 'Conspectus Avium' 
of, 1865, 532; on tlie 'Conspectus 
Ptilopteroruin Systematicus ' of, 1873, 
103 ; on the dates of publication of 
the ' Iconografia della Fauna Italica,' 
1888, 320, and noticed 1889, 129. 

, and Souancc, C. de, ' Iconographie 

desPerroquets,' and' Iconographie des 
Pigeons,' noticed 1859, 105. 

Bone, on prehistoric deposits of, noticed 
188 1, 284. 

Bone-caves of Southern Europe, Steen- 
strup on the, noticed 1873, 485. 

Boner, C, ' Forest Creatures,' noticed 
1862, 178. 

Bonin Islands, on the birds of the, 1884, 
124; 1890, 95. 

Bonvalot, Q., ' Journey through Tibet,' 
noticed 1892, 448. 

Booth, B. S., an account of a second 
discovery of Moa-bones at Ilainilton, 
noticed 1878, 103. 



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Booth, E. T., 'Ruugh Notes on the 
Bii-fls of the British Isles,' noticed 
1883, 377; 1884, 101 ; 1886, 191 ; 
1887, '24.Q; death of, 1890, 271. 

Borggreve, B., ' Birds of Germany,' 
1870,128; 1871,444; 1872,417. 

, and Droste, F., report of the 

German Ornithological Society, no- 
ticed 1873, 445. 

Borkura, on the birds of, 1870, 128. 

Borneo, on the birds of, 1868, 482; 
1875,263; 1876, 29, 277; 1877, 1; 
1878, 414; 1879, 233; 18S0, 371 ; 
1882, 171, 334, 599 ; 1883, 85 ; 1885, 
222; 188-, 257; 1893, 117; on birds 
of N., 1872, 3()0; 1889, 63, 185, 2G5, 
409; 1890, 1, 133, 273; on birds 
from S.E., noticed 1878, 108; 1883, 
6G3 ; on the Ornithology of Central, 
noticed 1878, 377 , on two new birds 
from, 1885, 121 ; on Grabowsky's 
collections from, noticed 1885, 222; 
on birds of Kiua Balu in K. 1887, 
435; 1888,383,478; 1894,588; on 
the occurrence of Fuligula cristata 
find Lobipes hyperboreiis in, 1890, 
263 ; list of birds of the Bornean 
group of Islands, noticed 1890,450; 
on a new species of Siphia from, 
1891, 45; on some Pigeons from, 
noticed 1891, 618; on bh-ds from 
Mount Duht, 1892, 322, 430 ; 1893, 
381; Bornean Notes, 1893, 546; 
1894, 421, 538; on a new Owl from 
Mantanani, 1893, 117 ; on new species 
of birds from Mount Dulit, 1893, 
117; on a new Spilornis from, 1893, 
552, 569; note on the Baza of, 1893, 
553 ; on Mr. Everett's collections 
from N. Borneo and Sarawak, 1893, 
559 , exploration of Mount Kina Balu, 
noticed 1893,590; on a new species 
of Gerygone from, noticed 1894, 304 ; 
on birds collected by A. H. Everett 
in Northern, 1894, 540. 

Borrer, W., ' Birds of Sussex,' noticed 
1891,445. 

Bosnia, on Otoeorys penicillata in, 1891, 
295 ; on the birds in the Museum of 
Sarajevo, noticed 1892, 338. 
Bosphorus, on migrations of Birds of 
Prey in the, noticed 1871,418. 

Boston Society of Natural History, 
Proceedings of the, 1862, 183; Cata- 
logue of the Birds in the, noticed 1873, 
4(i3 ; report of the Museum of the, 
noticed 1873, 464. 
Boucard, A., ' Catalogus Avium,' noticed 
1877, 125 ; list of birds collected in 
Guatemala, noticed 1879, 214; de- 
Bcription of a new Pseudocolaptes, 



noticed 1883, 564; 'The Humming- 
bird,' 1892,349. 

Bourbon, note on the Harrier of, 1863, 
163. 

Bourcier, M., sale of the collection of 
Trochilidte of, 1874, 186. 

Bourne, G. C, expedition to Diego 
Garcia, 1885, 340; news of, from 
Diego Garcia, 1886, 103; return of, 
from Diego Garcia, 1886, 216; on 
the birds collected in Diego Garcia 
by, 1887,368. 

Bouru, on a new Hawk from, 1S79, 473. 

Bowden, J., ' Naturalist in Norway,' 
1870, 122. 

Bower, H., journey across Tibet, noticed 
1894, 553. 

Bower, T. H. Bowyer, death of, 1887, 
479. 

Bower-birds : on the habits of Newton's 
Bower-bird, 1889, 581 ; Sharpe'a 
' Monograph of the,'noticed 1892,340 ; 
1893, 461 ; 1894, 442 ; on the cubital 
coverts in the, noticed 1892, 463. 

Brampton Shoals, on the birds of the, 
1862, 190. 

Brandenburg, on birds of the Mark, 
noticed 1871,456; 1885, 451; 18S6, 
80; 1891, 138. 

Brandt, A., on the Dodo, 1869, 227 ; on 
his 'Monograph of the Alcidje,' 1S73, 
104 ; on large fossil birds' eggs from 
the neighbourhood of Cherson, 1873, 
436; 1874,4; 'Catalogue of Works 
relating to Mammals and Birds of 
Russia,' noticed 1878, 190. 

Braun, M., on the development of 
Parrots (Melopsittacus undulatus), 
noticed 1881, 474. 

Brazier, J., notes on Gracula kreflfVi, 
noticed 1871, 422; on Megapodiua 
brazieri, noticed 1882, 165. 

Brazil, Pelzeln's ornithology of, 1868, 
227; 1869,113; 1870, 272; 1871,457; 
on the ornithology of, 1871, 301, 459 ; 
Forbes's expedition to, 1880, 378; 
1881,312 ; on an extinct gigantic bird 
allied to Cariama fr(;m, 1882, 321 ; on 
fos.sil birds from, noticed 1888, 282; 
on Garlepp's birds from, noticed 
1890, 111, 372; on H. H. Smith's 
birds from Chapada, noticed 1892, 
165; 1894, 122; on birds observed 
at Santarem, noticed 1892, 175. 

Bree, C. R., 'Birds of Europe,' 18159, 
81, 99, 101, 198, 321,455; i860, 297. 
419; 1861, 106; 1862,180,379; 1863, 
463, new edition announced, 1874, 
174, noticed 1875,506; letter from, 
on the Francolin in Europe, 1863, 113. 

Brehm, A. E., on the Singing-birds of 



i: 



Spain, 1S59, 107; ' Eeise narli Hab- 
escb,' 1864, 403; on the breeding of 
Porphyrio sinaragdouotiis, noticed 

1872, 417; ' Get'angeno Vc3gel,' noticed 

1873, 436 ; proposed uieiuorial to, 
1892, 352. 

Brehni, C. L., death of, 1865, 118 ; pro- 
posed memorial to, 1892, Ij7y2. 
Brebm, R., remarks on the Rapacious 

birds of Spain, noticed 1S73. 43(5. 
Bremen Museum, on rare birds in tlie, 

noticed 187S, 491 : 1879, 47;>. 
Brencliley, J. L., ' Cruise of the Cura- 

coa,' noticed 1873, 322 ; 1874, 456. 
Brenne, on birds of the, noticed 1887, 

463. 
Brewer, T. M., ' North American Oo- 
logy,' 1859, 212, 400, 461; extract 
from a letter from, on eggs of the 
Pigeon-hawk, 1869, 243 ; ' Sea-side 
Ornitholog}-,' noticed 1871, 422 ; note 
on Dendroeca castauea, 1872, 331 ; 
note on Snowy Owls, 1877, 131 ; 
letter on tlie nest and eggs of Den- 
droeca auduboni, 1877, 31)4 ; letter on 
some Texan birds. 1878, 116; notes 
on the nesting of Zonotrichia coro- 
nata, 1878, 117 ; letter on some 
American birds, 187S, 204; on New- 
England birds, noticed 1878, 46'J ; 
letter on birds from South-western 
Texas, 1878,487; letter on Podiceps 
cristatns, 1S79, 112; letter on the 
eggs of Tringa subarquata, 1870, 375; 
on the nests and eggs of the North- 
American Empidouiix, noticed 1880, 
132; death of, 1880, 254; on the 
birds of New England, noticed 1880, 
366. 

, Baird, S. F., and Ridgway, R., 

' Water-Birds of N. America,' noticed 
1885,97.221. 
Brewster, \V., appointment of, as Cura- 
tor to the Harvard College Museum, 
1885, 464; on the nest and eggs of 
Swaiuson's Warbler (Ilelonsea swain- 
soni), 18S6, 4; on bird migrati(jn, 
noticed 1886, 514; on newbiids from 
Western North America and Mexico, 
noticed 1889, 382; on seven new 
North-American birds, noticed 1891, 
447. 

, and Maynard, C. J., Catalogue of 

the birds of Coos Co., N.H., jind 
Oxford Co., Me., noticed 1873, 469. 
Bridgrman, F. C, and Bridgeinan, (r. 
O. M., ' Birds of Harrow,' 1S65, 222. 
Briggs, T. R. A., letter on a work illus- 
trated by Bewick, 1866, 215. 
' Bright Feathers.' Rathbuu's, ncitii-cd 
1882, 173, GOl. 



Brighton, on birds observed at or near, 
1860,101,200; i86i,113; 1862,88; 
1864, 222; 1865, 113; 1866, 215; 
1S73, 477; 1894,452. 
British Association, adoption of rides 
for nomenclature by the, 1865, 552; 
Report on tlio Migration of Birds, 
noticed 188-?, 213; 1884, 102; i88s, 
224,441; 1886, 515; i887,4.-)8; 1S89, 
560 ; the Migration Committee of the, 
1886, 213. 
British Birds, Atkinson's ' British Birds 
and Eggs,' 1861, 400; Morris's ' Brit- 
ish Birds,' 1862, 378 ; Johns's ' Britisii 
Birds in their Haunts,' 1862, 378 ; 
Gould's 'Birds of Great Britain,' 
1862,392; 1863,102; 1864,116; 1865. 
98,526; 1867, 237; 1868, 216; 1869, 
108; 1870,120; 1871,437; 1872,42s; 
1873,453; 1874,172; on the occur- 
rence of the Tawny Pipit in Great 
Britain, 1863, 37 ; distribution of, 
during the nesting-season, 1865, I. 
119, 425 ; Gray's ' Catalogue of Brit- 
ish Birds,' 1865, 525; Groom-Napiers 
' Food, Use, and Beauty of Britisii 
Birds,' 1866,206; Newman's 'Diction- 
ary of British Birds,' 1866, 410; 
Yarrell's ' Britisii Birds,' 4th edition, 
1870, 302; 1872, 184,445; 1873,47!; 
1874,173; 1884,110,462; 1885,232, 
323 ; Harting's ' Handbook of Britii-h 
Birds,' noticed 1873, 94, 456 ; Gould's 
' Introduction to the Birds of Great 
Britain,' noticed 1874, 450; Whar- 
ton's ' List of British Birds,' noticed 
1877, 483 ; B. O. U. ' List of British 
Birds,' 1878, 386 ; letter on some, 
1879, 368 ; on the nomenclature of 
British Owls, 1879, 346; Tunstall's 
' Ornithologia Britannica,' reprint, 
noticed 1880, 244; Secbohm's 'Hislorv 
of Briti.sh Birds,' noticed 1883, 111; 
1884,462; 1886, 92; Booth's 'Rough 
Notes on British Birds,' noticed 1883, 
377; 5884, 101; 1886, 191; 1887,246; 
Lilford's ' Coloured Figures of the 
Birds of the British Islands,' ncjtiecd 
1886,86; 1887,249; 1889,386; 1891, 
455; 1893, 268; Smart's 'Birds on 
the British List,' noticed 1887,11.5; 
Saunders's ' List of British Birds,' 
noticed 1887, 4(57 ; Irby's ' Britisii 
Birds, Key List,' noticed 1888, 485, 
second edition, noticed 1892, 567; 
Saunders's ' Illustrated Manual of 
Britisii Birds,' noticed 1888, 488; 
1889, 567; 1890,259; at Rousden, 
noticed 1889, 390; Briti.sh Fo.ssil 
Birds. 1891. 381; Christy's 'Local 
li^ts of,' noticed 1891, 447 ; the Staf- 





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ford collection of, noticed 1892, 577 ; 
on a collection of, for Eton College, 
189^, 59^; Wjatt's 'British Birds,' 
noticed 1894, 447; Hudson's 'Lost 
British Birds,' noticed 1894., 658; 
distribution of, noticed 1894., 564; 
Sharpe's ' Hand-book of the Birds of 
Great Britain' noticed, 1S94, 565. 

British Columbia, ace Columbia (British). 

British Guiana, .sec Guiaua (British). 

British Islands, on the occurrence of 
Sylvia niscria in the, 1893, 122 ; notes 
on the genus Lagoj^us in the, 1894, 
122. 

British IVfuseum, the Catalogues of the, 
1859, 200, 320 ; Gray's ' List of Gal- 
liuiv in the,' 1868, 99 ; on new species 
of birds in the, noticed 1873, ^83; 
' Catalogue of Birds in the,' remarks 
on, and notices of, 1875, 87, 221, 353, 
468; 1876, 65, 230,273,467; 1877, 
209, 325, 418, 477 ; 1878, 84, 14.5, 3.52, 
451; 1879, 71, 121, 330, 362, 464; 
1880, 195, 255, 312, 462; 188 1, 118, 
179,271, 455, 492, 547; 1882, 146, 
290, 341, 436, 519; 1883, 130, 567, 
572; 1884, 123, 322, 340, 392; 1885, 
120,323; 1886, 375; 1888, 152, 279, 
488; 1889, 404,475; 1890,378,388, 
4.50, 4.56; 1891, 461, 629; 1892, 458, 
670, 572 ; 1893, IGO, 587 ; 1894, 309, 
443, 449, 570 ; on additions to the 
collection of birds in the, 1877, 323; 
1879, 11.5, 327; 1880,379 ; 1881,499 ; 
1883,395; 1884,470; i88<;,455; 1886, 
529 ; 1889, 138, .581 ; 1896, 445 ; 1893, 
1.53; 1894, 137 ; on the Dicruridas in 
the, 1878, 69 ; on the Sylviidte in the, 
1878, 489 ; on the addition of Messrs. 
Salvin and Godman's collection to the, 
1885,236; on the addition of Hume's 
coUeciion of birds to the, 1885, 236, 
456 ; on Horsfield's types in the, 1887, 
471; ' Catalogue of the Fossil Birds 
in the,' noticed 1891,4.56; on addi- 
tions to the National Collection. 1891, 
629 ; on birds' eggs in the National 
Collection, 189 1, 631. 

British Ornithologists' Club, Inaugural 
Meeting of tlie, 1893, 114; Bulletin 
of the, 1893, 114, 248,437, .5()7; 1894, 
113, 290, 424, 54() ; Chairman's Ad- 
dress to the, 1894, 113 ; adoption 
of the amended rules of the, 1894, 
546. 

British Ornithologist.s' Union, ' List 
of British Birds' of the, 1878, 386; 
letter on, 1884, US ; anniversarv 
meetings of the. 1883, 126, 393 ; 1884, 
362; 1885, 32,S; 1886, 386; 1887,364- 
i888,496; 1889,406; 1890,389; 1891, 



477; 1892, 474; 1893, 472; 1894, 

4.55. 
Brockholes, J. F., on the birds of Wirral, 

noticed 1874, 449. 
Broderip, W. J., on the Dodo, 1859, 

455. 
Brodrick, W., ' Falconer's Favourites,' 

1865, 527. 
Bronn's ' Thier-Reich,' Aves, noticed 

1870,513; i87i,469; 1886, 84; 1892, 

662; 1894, 1^4- 
Brooke, A. B., visit of, to Sardini.i, 

1872, 208; on the ornithology of 
Sardinia, 1873, 1^3 ; on Fuligula 
cristata breeding in Scotland, 1875, 
514; on Coliimba oenas, 1879, 112. 

Brooke, Sir V., letter on the occurrence 
in Ireland of Astur atricapillus, 1870, 
638 ; exhibition of a specimen of 
Numeuius borealis, noticed 1872, 
417. 

Brooks, W. E., on the eggs of Cisticola 
schcenicola., 1868, 130; ou Indian 
Eagles, 1868, 349; 1873, 4.37 ; on birds 
observed near Ny nee Tal and Almorah , 
1869, 43 ; on Indian birds, 1869, 234, 
456; 1870,288; 1872, 469; 1874,459; 
on birds of Kumaon, 1869,353 ; on a 
new Phylloscopus, 1872, 22; on the 
breeding of Reguloides superciliosus, 
R. proregulus, R. occipitalis, and 
Phylloscopus tytleri, 1 872, 24, 437 ; on 
Melizophilus striatus, 1872, 180; on 
the ornithology of Cashmir, noticed 
1872,417; 1873,438; description of 
Abrornis jerdoni, noticed 1872, 417 ; 
on the Swans of India, noticed 1873, 
438 ; on a new Indian Sylvia, noticed 

1873, 438 ; on a new Reguloides, 
noticed 1873, 438 ; on European and 
Asiatic Eagles, 1874, 84; on certain 
SylviidoB, 1874, 183; ornithological 
notes and corrections, 1876, 499; 1884, 
2.34; on Anthus and Budytes, 1877, 
206; on Phylloscopus viridanus and 
Acrocephalus turdoides, 1877, 396; 
on the Milvusgovinda of Sykes, 1879, 
282; on Phylloscopus plumbeilarsus, 
1S80, 382 ; stray ornithological notes, 
1885, 3S0; letter on the birds of 
Ontario, 1886, 210; additional notes 
on the genus Acanthis, 1886, 359; 
letter from, containing notes ou W. 
W. Cordeaux's paper on the ' Birds 
of Cashmere,' and on the 5th volume 
of the 'Brit. Mus. Cat. Birds,' 
1889, 475; a i'evi remarks on 
Mr. Oate.s's ' Birds of British India,' 
1892, 59; a few observations on 
some species of Phylloscopus, 1894, 



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Brown, C. B., ' Canoe and Canip-life 
in British Guiana,' noticed 1877, 
239. 

Brown, E., notice of the occurrence of 
Vireosylvia olivacea in England, 
1 86+, ;}94. 

Brown, G., letter from, respecting tlie 
sexes of a species of Eclectus, 1878, 
379. 

Brown, J. A. Harvie, see Harvie-Brown, 
J. A. 

Brown, R., Synopsis of the Birds of 
Vancouver Island, 1S68, 414. 

Bruce, If. J., on some of the familiar 
birds uf India, noticed 1873, '^'^'^■ 

Bruce, W. S., in the Antarctic Seas, 
1893, 161. 

Briiggernann, F., ' Birds of Celeb^.s,' 
noticed 1877, 1-*^; account of a 
collection of birds from S.E. Borneo, 
noticed 1878, 1U8 ; account of new 
collections of birds from Celebes, 
noticed 1878, 108 ; memoir on the 
ornithology of Central B.irneo, no- 
ticed 1878, 377; death of, 1878, 
388. 

Bruhin, T. A., on the colour of birds' 
irides, noticed i87i,423 ; on summer 
visitants to New Coin, Wisconsin, 
noticed 1872, 418 ; on certain birds 
of Wisconsin, noticed 1873,438; on 
the call-notes of certain North-Amer- 
ican birds, noticed 1873, 4.'>8. 

Brunner (Lake), on the birds of the dis- 
trict of, noticed 1890, 261. 

Brunswick, on the birds of, noticed 1889, 
116. 

Brusina, S., on the birds of Croatia, 
noticed 1889, 118; on the birds 
of Croatia and Slavonia, noticed 1891, 
129. 

Bryant, H., on the birds of the Bahamas, 
i860, 97 ; on two birds from Bogota, 
1862, 183; on the genus Catarractes 
and on Buteo borealis, 1862, 184; on 
the birds of Labrador, 1863, 110; re- 
marks on Galeoscoptes, 1864, 406; 
on Parus hudsonicus, var. littoralis, 
and on Galeoscoptes, 1866, 121 ; on 
birds from Porto Rico, 1867, 129; 
death of, 1867, 256 ; on birds of tlie 
Bahamas and St. Domingo, 1868, 229, 
2:H). 

Bryant, W. E., on the birds of Guad- 
alupe Island, noticed 1888, 132. 

Bryden, H. A., ' Gun and Cainera in 
South Africa,' noticed 1893, .577. 

Eucaramanga, on the birds of, noticed 
1885, 221 ; on additions to the a\i- 
fauna of, 1886, .53. 

■ Buccouidte,' Sclater's ' Monograph of 



the,' noticed 1S80, 142, 372; 18S1, 
167, 604; 1882,607. 
BucerotidiK, of Sumatra, i860, 191 ; of 
India and Burmah, 1 864, 173 ; Elliot's 
' Monograph of the,' noticed 1877, 
376; 1878,474; 1880, 133; i88i,169; 
18S3, 102; on tlie family, noticed 
1885, 315 ; of the Ethiopian Region, 

1888, 47; on a new African species 
of, 1 89 1, 123; Catalogue of tlie, in 
the British Museum, noticed 1892, 
572. 

Biichuer, E., on the birds of St. Peters- 
burg, noticed 1888, 269. 

Buck, W. J., and Cliapman, A., ' Wild 
Spain,' noticed 1893, 453. 

Buckinghamshire, notes on tlie Dot- 
terel in, 1862,390; Keiniedv's 'Birds 
of Berkshire and,' 1868, 338. 

Buckley, H., on some new or rare birds' 
eggs, noticed 1873, 439. 

Buckley, T. E., on birds of the Matabili 
country, 1874, 355; 1876, lo2; on 
the birds of Rousay, noticed 1885, 
442 ; ou the Stock Dove (Oolumba 
oenas) extending its range, 1889, 
401. 

, and Elwes, H. J., list of the Birils 

of Turkey, 1870, 59, 188, 327. 

, and Harvie-Brown, J. A., ' The 

Vertebrate Fauna of Sutberlandshire,' 
noticed i8'i5, 224; 'The Vertebrate 
Fauna of Sutherland, Caithness, and 
W. Cromarty,' announced 1887, 123, 
noticed 1888, 272; 'A Vertebrate 
Fauna of the Outer Hebrides,' noticed 

1889, 564; 'A Vertebrate Fauna of 
the Orkney Islands,' noticed 1892, 
166 ; ' A Vertebrate Fauna of Argyll 
and the Inner Hebrides,' noticed 1893, 
136. 

, and Shelley, G. E., on bird-collect- 
ing on the Gold Coast, 1872., 281 ; 
1873, 484. 

Budapest International Orn-thologicnl 
Congress, Report on and notices of, 
1884,453,456; 1885,320; i886,84, 
88; 1890,46?; 1891,479,632; 1893, 
144. 

Buenos Aires, ' Anales del Museo publico 
de,' 1865, 535; on the birds of, 1871, 
444; 1872,437; 1876,1.57; 1877, 16i>; 
1878, 58 ; on the Swallows of, noticed 
1873, 4()1 ; Gibson's ornithological 
notes from, 1879,405; 1880, 1, 1.53; 
ou the birds of Loiuas de Zaniora, 
1888, 461. 

Bugotu Island, on birds from, 1892, 29,3; 
1894, 28. 

Bulgaria, on Aquila nievioides ai.d 
Larus minutus in, 1867, 247 ; on I ho 
C 2 



20 



birds of prey uf, 1868, 40(5; 1869, 19'J; 
ou I'allas's Sand-Grouse in, 1889, 248. 

Bulger, G. E., letter on tbe habits of Xan- 
tiiolaeiua indica, 1866, 218; 'Eandom 
Notes on Indian and Burmau Ornitho- 
logy,' 1868, 33'J; on birds obtained in 
Sikkim, Eastern Himalayas, 1869, 154. 

Bull, H. G., ' Notes on the birds of 
Herefordshire,' noticed 1888, 362. 

BuUer, W. L., Essay on the Ornithology 
of New Zealand,' 1867, 132; 'Birds 
of New Zealand,' announcement of, 
1868, 504; 1872, 194, noticed 1873, 

92, 4.'VJ ; on new or rare New-Zealand 
birds, 1869,37; 1880, 368; 1885, 9'J ; 

1 892, 330 ; remarks on some disputed 
species of New-Zealand birds, 1870, 
455 ; on Ornithology of New Zealand, 
1870,135; i87i,423; 1872,419; 1874, 

93, 112 ; 1878, 102, 484 ; 1880, 368 ; 

1893, 127 ; on Hieracidea, 1872, 332 ; 
notes on Taylor's ' New Zealand and 
its inhabitants,' noticed 1872, 418; 
on Zosterops lateralis, noticed 1872, 
418; on Heteralocha gouldi, noticed 
1872, 419 ; on a new species oC Cor- 
morant, 1873, 90; on the addiliou of 
Diomedea cauta to the New Zealand 
list, 1878, 102; on the occurrence of 
Platalea regia in New Zealand, no- 
ticed 1878, 102 ; on a species of Shag 
(Phalacrocorax finschi) inhabiting 
Queen Charlotte Sound, noticed 1878, 
102 ; on a tendency to deformity in 
the bill of Nestor meridionalis, no- 
ticed 1878, 102 ; ou the alleged inter- 
crossing of Ocydromus earli and the 
Domestic Fowl, noticed 1878, 102; 
on Eudynamis taitensis, noticed 1880, 
367 ; remarks on a species of Lestris, 
and note on Larus buUeri, noticed 
1880, 367; on Hirundo nigricans, 
noticed 1880, 368; note on Harpa 
novse-zealandiae, 1881, 453; 'Birds 
of New Zealand ' (2rid edition), an- 
nounced 1881, 498 ; 1884, 123 • 1885 
240; 1886, 104; noticed 1888, 133 
362; 1889, 243; 'Manual of the 
Birds of New Zealand,' noticed 1882, 
599; notes on Notornis, noticed 1883, 
98 ; on Kirk's Lobiyanellus person- 
atus, 1888, 283; list of S. W. Silver's 
collection of New Zealand Birds, 
noticed 1889, 244; transfer of the 
collection of, 1889, 403; letter from, 
on the loss by shipwreck of copies of 
the 'Birds of New Zealand.' 1889, 
572 ; ou the Wandering Albatross, 
noticed 1892, 330; description of a 
new species of Albatross, noticed 1892, 
330 ; on the Kiwi from Stewart Island 



(Apteryx maxima), noticed 1893, 127 ; 
on a new species of Fern-bird (Sphen- 
ceacus) from the Snares Islands, 1894, 
522. 
' Bulletin,' of the British Ornithologists' 
Club, 1893, 114, 248, 437, 567 ; 1894, 
113, 290, 424, 546 ; de la Societe des 
Naturalistes de Moscou, i860. 95 ; de 
la Societe d'Acclimat.ition, 1865, 529 ; 
de Tile de la Reunion, 1865, 530; 
1S6-, 129; ' ornithologiqiie Suisse,' 
1865, 630; 1868, 104, 342; 1870, 
517. 
BuUmore, W. K., ' Cornish Fauna,' 

1868, 100. 
Bund, J. W. W., ' List of the Birds 
of Worcestershire,' noticed 1892, 
330. 
Bunge, A., on the birds observed on 
Liakoff Island by, 1883, 344; on 
the birds of the Lena Delta, noticed 
1885,443. 
Burbridge, F. W., 'Gardens of the 

Sun,' noticed 188 1, 281. 
Bureau, on Aquila pennata, noticed 
1877,245 ; on the beak of Fratercula 
arctica, noticed 1878, 475; on the 
moulting of the beak in birds, no- 
ticed 1880, 369. 
Burm:ih, on new species of birds from 
Upper, 1862, 19; Mason's 'Burmah,' 
1862,379; on the HornbiUs of, 1864, 
173 ; ' Random notes on Burman 
Ornithology,' 1868, 339; on birds 
from, 1873", 461; 1875, 458; 1877, 
452 ; Blyth's ' Catalogue of the 
Mammals and Birds of British,' 
noticed 1876, 270; remarks on the 
ornithology of British, noticed 18S2, 
338; Oates's 'Birds of British,' 
noticed 1883, 231; 1884, 106; on 
the Birds of Bhamo, in Upper, 1888, 
70 ; on birds from Upper, noticed 
1888, '278; on birds from the Ka- 
renee Mountains, noticed 1890, 118; 
on birds collected by Fea in, noticed 

1890, 118; on Phasianus humise in, 

1 89 1, 152; on the occurrence of 
Circus spilonotus in, 1894, 122 ; 
on birds collected on Byingyi Moun- 
tain in, 1894, 478. 

Burmeister, C. V., expedition to Pata- 
gonia, noticed 1890, 417; on the 
Fauna of Patagonia, noticed 1890, 
448. 

Burmeister, H., ornithological letter 
from Mendo/ia, 1859, 107; on the 
birds of La Plata, 1861, 200; Reise 
durch die La Plata-Staaten, 1863, 
357; on Troehilidfe of Azara, 1865, 
535 ; letter on the Cracidae iu the 



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Buenos Ayres Musouin, noticed 1872, 
419 ; synopsis of the Lamellirostres 
of the Argentine Re]iublic, 'noticed 
1873, 440; extract from a letter to 
Mr. Sclater on Furnarius tricolor, 
1888, 4')5 ; letter concerning an 
error in the figure of Chtetocercus 
burmeisteri in ' Argentine Ornitho- 
logy,' 1890, 384; death of, 1S92, TiSl. 

Bursa fabricii, Stieda on tlie, noticed 
1S81, 168. 

Busliire, on birds from, 1886, 493. 

Bustard, on the supposed gular pouch 
of the male, 1862, 107; 1865, 1-J3 ; 
186-, 134; on the migrntions of the 
Little, 1882,478; Iloubaras as foo<l, 
1884, 361; on bustard-liawking in 
Morocco, 1889, 405; on the occur- 
rence in Wilts of the Great, noticed 
1892, 574 ; on new genera of, 1803, 
449 ; on the Great, in the Zoolo- 
gical Gardens, 1893, "^76 ; on the 
breeding of the Great, in captivity, 
1894, 4.51. 

Bustard-Quail, on the nesting-liabits of 
the, 1892, 467. 

Butler, A. W., on the birds of Franklin 
County, Indiana, noticed 1886, 51(5; 
'Birds of Indiana,' noticed 1892,331 ; 
on the range and habits of the 
Carolina Parrakeet, noticed 1892, 
562 ; on the distribution of Crossbills 
in the Ohio Valley, noticed 1894, 
554. 

Butler, E. A., letter on Faico babylo- 
nicus, 1889, 135; letter on the occur- 
rence of jEgialitis asiatiea at Great 
Yarmouth, 1890, 463; letter on the 
occurrence of Tringa maculata at 
Yarmouth, 1891, 149. 

, Feilden, H. W., and Eeid, S. G., 

on the variations in plumage of 
Saxicola raontieola, as observed in 
Natal, 1883, 331, 337 ; letter on 
Mr. Seebohm's paper on the birds of 
Natal, 1887, 472. 

Butorides, on the distribution of the 
species of the genus, 1894, 295. 

Biittikofer, J., Zoological researches in 
Liberia : a list of birds of Western 
Liberia, noticed 1886, 80 ; list of birds 
collected by F. X. Stanipfli in Liberia, 
noticed 1887, 247; 18S8, 482; note 
on Glareola megapoda, noticed 1886, 
81 ; on birds from the Tenimber 
Island.s, noticed 1887, 104; on a new 
Pericrocotus, noticed 1887, 105; on 
birds of Liberia, noticed 1887, 247 ; on 
a collection of birds from Padang, 
noticed 188", 248 ; on birds from the 
Congo and S.W. Africa, noticed 1889, 



245 ; on two probably new birds 
from Liberia, noticed 1889, 560; on 
a new Owl from Liberia, noticed 
1889. 5!)0 ; zoological researches 
in Liberia, noticed 1889, 661 ; 
1891, 613; on birds from S.W. 
Africa, noticed 1889. 561 ; on a new 
Gallinule, noticed 1890, 112; third 
list of birds from South-western 
Africa, noticed 1890, 112; sketches 
of Liberia, noticed 1891, 613 ; on 
birds from Flores, Samao, and Timor, 
noticed 1892, 331; on the genus 
Tatare, noticed 1893, li'S; on the 
specific value of Levaillant's Traquet 
Comiiandeur, noticed 1893, 128; on 
birds of tiie Sulymah River, W. 
Africa, noticed 1893, 128; on a 
Weaver-bird from Sumatra, noticed 
1893, 129 ; on birds from the Islands 
of Flores, Suniba, and Rotti, noticed 

1893, 129 ; review of the genus 
Rhipidura, notice<l 1893. 2(i5 ; ad- 
ditional note on the genus Rhipidura, 
noticed 1893, 45] ; on Merula ja- 
vanica and its allies, noticed 1893, 
452 ; on two new birds from S. Celebes, 
noticed 1894, 303 ; on two new species 
of Pachycephala from S. Celebes, 
noticed 1894, 303 ; on two new 8topa- 
rolse from Celebes, noticed 1894, 304 ; 
on a new Gerygoue from Borneo, 
noticed 1894, 304 ; on two new birds 
from Java and Celebes, noticed 1894, 
304 ; on two new species of Gerygone, 
noticed 1894, 304; on birds from 
Celebes, Saleyer, and Flores, noticed 

1894, 435 ; news of, in Borneo, 1894, 
451. 

Buvry, L., on Algerian ornithology, 

1S59, 204. 
Buxton, E. C, death of, 1878, 493. 
Buzzards, on an extraordinary flight of, 

1891,623. 
Byingyi Mountain, on birds collected 

on, 1894, '^7^' 



C. 



Cabanis, J., ' Journal flir Ornithologie,' 
1859, 106, 203, 458; i860, 94, 299, 
421; 1861,200. 405; 1862, 83, 381; 
1863,3.55; 1865,339; 1868,228; 
1871, 424; on birds of Costa Rica, 
1862, 83; on the ornithology of Von 
dcr Decken's travels in East Africa, 

1870, 127; description of Gallinago 
heterocerca, noticed 1871, 423 ; on 
Turdus pelios, noticed 1871, 424; 
on the eggs of Opisthocomns, noticed 

1 87 1, 424; descriptions of Accentor 



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altniciis and A. erytliropygus, no- 
ticed, 1 87 1, 424 ; description ol' 
Neniosia rourei, noticed 1871, 424; 
remarks on Lociistella ocliotensis and 
Phyllopneuste scbvvartzi, noticed 1872, 
419 ; on Tarns cinctus and P. 
obtectiis. noticed 1872, 419 ; on 
East African birds, noticed 1879, 
3.')4 ; rei ireiiient of, from tbe Berlin 
Museum, 1892, 581, and from Editor- 
sbip of ' Journal flir Ornithologie,' 
1894,293. 

Cabanis, J., and Heine, F., ' Mnseum 
Heineanum,' noticed i860, 298 ; 1861, 
108; 1864,401; 1865, 101. 

, Ecicbenow, A., and Helm, M., 

general index to the ' Journal flir 
Ornithologie,' noticed 1871, 424. 

Cacbar, list of tbe birds obtained in the 
hills of North, noticed 1871, 437; 
1873,452. 

Cfecum : letter on the cteca of birds, 
1867, 145. 

Cage-birds, Eeichenow's ' Foreign,' no- 
ticed, 1878, 492; 1879, 99; 1880, 
372; 1883, 381; 1885, 112. 

Caithness, on remains of the Great 
Auk from, 1865, 116; Harvie-Brown 
and Buckley's ' Vertebrate Fauna of,' 
announced 1887, 123, noticed 1S88, 
272. _ 

Calabria, on the Avifauna of, noticed 
1891,613. 

Calcutta, Munn on the birds of, 1894, 
39; remarks by Mr. Blanfoid on 
Mnnn's paper on the birds of, 1894, 
320. 

California, catalogue of birds of, 1859, 
461; on new birds from, 1862, 187; 
Cooper's ' Naturalist in,' noticed 
1871, 425; Cooper and Whitney's 
'Ornithology of,' noticed 1871, 481 ; 
on the Fauna of, noticed 1872, 420; 
on the Natural History of Lower, 
noticed 1878, 375; on birds from 
Lower, 1883, 375, 376, 394; 1884, 
109; 1885, 98; on Anthus cervinus 
in Lower, 1884, 109; on two new 
Sparrows from the coast of, 1885, 
448 ; on a new Ammodranuis iVoni, 
noticed i8q2, 340. 

Calliste, on tlie genus, 1863. 450. 

Call-notes of certain N. -American bii'ds, 
on the, noticed 1873, 438. 

Calochsetes. on th.e generic term, 1879, 
388. 

Calodronias, on the generic term, 1884, 
460; 1890, 265. 

Caloosahatchie, Florida, on the birds 
of, noticed 1S93, 14s. 

Cambridge, on the Strickland Collection 



in the University of, 1869, 320; on 
the humerus of a Pelican from the 
fens of, noticed 1872, 446; on the 
bird-collection in the University Mu- 
seum at, 1893, 597. 

' Cameos from the Silver-Land,' White's, 
noticed 1882, 178; 1883, 118. 

Camerano, L., on the anatomy of 
Nasiterna pusio, noticed 1878, 378. 

Cameron, E. S., letter on an extraordi- 
nary flight of Buzzards, 1891, 623. 

Cameroons, on the birds of the, noticed 
1872, 459 ; news of H. H. Johnston 
in the, 1887, 123; on a rare Plover 
from the, 1887,417. 

Camj^bell, C. W., list of birds collected 
in Corea by, 1892, 230. 

Campbell, Lord George, Log-letters 
from the ' Challenger,' noticed 1877, 
374. 

Campbell, VV. D., on the nesting of 
Glaucopsis cinerea, noticed 1881, 
158. 

Campbell Island, on a Cormorant from, 
noticed 1882, 169. 

Campbell-Orde, J. W. P., letter from, 
on the occun-ence of rare birds in 
the Hebrides, 1859, 469; letter on 
curious nesting of the Golden Eagle, 
1861, 112; letter on the occurrence 
of the Gyrfalcon in North Uist, 1861, 
415 ; letter on a work illustrated by 
Bewick, 1864, 133; 1866, 323; 
letter on the occurrence of Turtur 
auritus in Argyllshire, 1867, 248; 
on Quail-breeding in North Uist, 
1 87 1, 112; letter on Syrnium ahico 
breeding in a rabbit's burrow, 1879, 
378 ; letter on the occurrence of 
Cypselus apus in North Uist, 1887, 
363 ; letter on the occurrence of 
Pallas's Sand-Grouse in the Outer 
Hebrides, 1888, 492; letter on mis- 
prints in Mr. Harvie-Brown's letter 
on Cyanecula suecica in the Monck 
Islands, i88g, 260; letter on the 
occurrence of Phalaropus fulicariua 
in the Outer Hebrides and of Cygnus 
bewicki in Argyllshire, i8gi, 294; 
letter on the nesting of the Woodcock 
in the Outer Hebrides, 1891, 628; 
letter on the occurrence of Carduelis 
elegans and Passer moutanus in 
North Uist, 1893, 592. 

Canada, Le Moiue's ' Ornithology of,' 
j86i. 111, 210, 407; 1885, 229; 
Miiller's Journey in, noticed 1867, 
246 ; King's ' Sportsman and Natura- 
list in,' 1867, 125; Eoss's 'Birds of 
noticed 1872, 451 ; Eoss's ' Classified 
Catalogue of the Birds of,' noticed 



23 



1873, 477 ; Veunor's ' Cauadian Birds 
of Prey,' noticed 187:7, 24G; Chaiuber- 
lain's ' Catalogue of Canadian Birds ' 
and ' Systematic Table of Canadian 
Birds,' noticed 1S8S, 3(i3. 

• Canadian jS^atiiralist and Geologist,' 
noticed 1862, 87. 

' Canadian Ornithologist,' noticed 1873, 
429. 

' Canadian Record of Science,' noticed 
1886, 192. 

Canary, on tbe Wild, 1859, 107. 

Canary I.slands, on Anthus bertheloti 
from tbe, 1862, 343; on Mr. 
God man's visit to tbe, 1871, 252 ; on 
birds of tbe, 1872, 158, 209 ; 1889, 1, 
603; 1890, 429; 1891, 615; 1892, 
181; 1893,185; ornithological notes 
on tbe Island of Gran Canaria, 1889, 
13 ; notes on tbe Island of Palma, 
1890, 07; on Pelagodroma marina 
in the, 1890, 389; map of the, 1893, 
187 ; exhibition of Blackcap's eggs 
front tbe, 1894, 290. 

Canterbury, jVew Zealand, on additions 
to the Museum at, 1872, 35, 473 ; on 
avian remains from Tiuiaru, 1892, 
564. 

Canton, on the ornithology of, 1861, 
23; on a journey to Peking from, 
noticed 187 1, 477. 

Cape Colony, on new or little-known 
birds from, 1862, 143 ; on the Verte- 
brates of, 1894, 135. 

Cape Horn, Scientific Mission to, no- 
ticed 1892, 173. 

Capellini, G., on an egg of ^Epjornis, 
noticed 1892, 563. 

Capello, H. de B., on birds collected in 
Africa by, 1886, 522 ; 1887, 2.55. 

Capen, E. A., ' Oology of >'ew England,' 
noticed 1887, 459. 

Capercaillie, on the Amurian, 1863, 
224 ; Harvie-Brown's ' The Ca|3er- 
caillie in Scotland,' noticed 1879, 
475. 

Cape Verd Island.-*, on birds of the, 
1867, 244; 1872,422; on two new 
birds from, noticed 1887, 253. 

Cape York, on birds fron>, 1882, 
344. 

Capitonidae, on tbe American, iS6r, 
182; 1862, 1 ; Marsballs' 'Monograph 
of the,' 1870, 1 .31), .505 ; 1 8 7 1 . 45 1 , 
452; 18-2, 327. 443; on certain 
species of, 1872, 327 ; on new genera 
and species of, 1889, 475; on some 
genera of Oriental, 1893, 234. 

Capriniulgidae, on the early appearance 
of the, 1859, 208 ; on the Eed-necked 
Goatsucker in England, 1862, 39 ; on 



new, 1866, 209; 1869, 223; 1892. 

339; notes on the. 1892, 274. 
Cara, G., on birds of Sai-dinia, 1868, 

106. 
Caracas Museum, catalogue of the birds 

in the, noticed, 1888, 270; 1889, 

563. 
Carazzi, D., ' Appunti ornitologici,' 

noticed 1887, 460; on the birds of 

Spezin, noticed 1888, 134 ; 1889, 561 ; 

on additions to the Avifauna of Spezia, 

noticed 1888, 363. 
Caribbees, Ober's ' Camps in the,' no- 
ticed 1880, 477; on Townsen-l's 

c>)llection of birds from tbe, noticed 

1889, 128. 
Carinataj, on the fifth cubital remex in 

the wing of tjie, 1890, 77. 
Carl, L , essay on tbe variations in the 

skull of the Domestic Pigeon, noticed 

187S, 486. 
Carlsonianum (Museum), Spxrrman's, 

noticed 1859, 324. 
Carolina, Coues on birdsof South, 1869, 

1 18 ; on the range and habits of tiio 

Carolina Parrakeet, noticed 1802, 

562. 
Carpus, Morse on the birds', noticed 

18-3, 470. 
Carreau, L. D., on Thaumalea ain- 

herstire, noticed 1871, 425. 
Carter, T., and Slater, H. H., notes 

from N. Iceland, 1886, 45. 
Carus, J. v., ' Handbuch der Zoologie,' 

1870, 514; ' Zoologischer Anzeiger,' 

announcement of, 1878, 491. 
Cashmere, on the birds of, 1872, 417; 

1873,438; 18S8, 218; 1889,475. 
Caspian district, on the birds of the 

S.W,, 1886,521. 

Cassel, on ornithology at, 1894, 106. 

Cassicime, revievy of the, 1883, 145. 

Ca^sin, J., description of a new Tanager 
and a new Tone m, 18:9, 110 ; on orni- 
thology of the United States Exploring 
Expedition, 1 859,1 1 1 ,325 ; catalogue of 
birds from Plakodadi, 18159, 205; on 
birdscollected byMr.Du Cbaillu, i860, 
17; on Ictinia niississi]i))iensis, i860, 
104 ; on birds of the Darien Expe- 
dition, i860, 301 ; on birds of St. 
Thomas, 1861, 208 ; on birds collected 
by the North Pacific Surveying Ex- 
pedition, 1863. 229; 'Fasti Ornilho- 
logiic,' 1865, 108; 1866, 417; 1868, 
231 ; letter on cjpper-plates of Vieil- 
lot's and Audeberi's works, 1865. 
116; on IcteridiB, 1866, 418; 1867, 
377 ; 1868, 115 ; death of, 1869, 244. 

, Baird. S. P., and Lawrence, G. N., 

' Birds of N. America,' i860, 423. 



24 



Cassowary, sale of skin of Bennett's, 
1859, 212; arrival of specimens of 
Bennett's, at Zoological Gardens, 
1859, 3;iri; letter from Dr. Bennett 
on a new species of, i860, 402; on 
some species of, noticed 1878, -481 ; 
monograph of the genus Gasiiarius, 
noticed 1883, 112; on a new species 
of, from the Island of Jobi, noticed 
1894, 660. 

Casuarius, see Cassowary. 

Catalogue of Birds in tlie British 
Museum. See under British Mu- 
seum. 

' Catalogus Avium,' Boucard's, noticed 
1877, 125. 

Catarrl), stomachic, in birds, noticed 
1871,442. 

Catarrhactes, on the genus, 1862, 184. 

Catching birds, on the methods of, 
noticed i87i,453; 1873,474. 

Caucasus, Bogdanow's ' Birds of the,' 
noticed 1880, 239; on the birds of 
the, 1883, 1 ; 1884, 344; 1887, 462; 
1891,136; on the geographical dis- 
tribution of Russian birds north of 
the, 1884, 278 ; 1885, 255 ; on 
Chantre's collections from the, no- 
ticed 1884, 459 ; Radde's ' Ornis 
Caucasica,' noticed 1885, 111 ; contri- 
butions to the Ornithological Fauna 
of the, noticed 1888, 490. 

' Caviseries ornithologiques, ' Vian's, 
noticed 1868, 103, 104. 223. 

Cavafv, J., letter from, on the occurrence 
of Budytes cinereocapillus in Egypt, 
1861,210. 

Cazin, M., on Plotus melanogaster, 
noticed 1886, 81. 

Celebes, on the ornithology of N., i860, 
140; on the birds of. 1876, 385; 
1878,108,377; 1879,43,125; 1883, 
376; 1887, 104; 1888, 132; Briigge- 
niann's ' Birds of,' noticed 1877, 1^6; 
on new birds from, 1886, 216 ; 1894 
303, 304, 435, P60 ; Ilickson's 
'Naturalist in North,' noticed i8qo 
249. 

Census, on the possibility of taking an 
ornitliological, 1861, 190. 

Centurus, on the genus, noticed 1882, 
174. 

Ceiijihus, on the genus, noticed 188c, 
117. 

Ceram, on the ornithology of, 1861, 
283; 1883, .^)63; on a new species of 
Ardeirallus from, 1894, 118. 

Cirthiidac, on the N. American and 
European species of Certl.ia, noticed 
1883, 112; on the Japai.ese Creepers 
noticed 1889, 132. 



Certhiola, on the genus, noticed 1871, 
476 ; Monograph of the genus, 
noticed 1872, 426 ; synopsis of, no- 
ticed 1885, 448; note on the proper 
use of the name, 1893, 246. 

Ceylon: Tennent's ' Ceyhm,' i860, 86; 
on the ornithology of, 1867, 294 ; 
1872,441; 1873, 227, 459; 1874, 7, 
122; 1876, 126; 1878, 201; 1880, 
279; i8i6, 182; 1887, 113; on a 
MaUirine bird from, noticed 1871, 
449 ; on a second species of Zosterops 
inhabiting, noticed 1872, 441 ; on a 
new species of Prinia from, noticed 
1872, 455 ; on the birds of Southern, 
1874, 7 ; 1875, 273, 395 ; on the 
Spilornis of, 1874, 181 ! Legge's 
'Birds of,' noticed 1880, 136; 1881, 
163 ; on nidification and migration in 
in North-west, 1883, 191; on Gor- 
sachius nielanolophus on the East 
coast of, 1883, 224 ; Murray's 'Edible 
and Game-birds of,' noticed 1891, 
135. 

Ceyx, on the genus, 1870, 133. 

Chajii, on the aquatic habits of the, 
1894,268. 

' Challenger,' Campbell's ' Log-letters 
from the,' noticed 1877,374; Spry's 
'Cruise of the,' noticed 1877, 374; 
Moseley's 'Naturalist on the,' noticed 
1879, 358; leport on the birds of 
the, 1880, 255; 1 881, 492. 

Chamaja, on the systematic position of, 
noticed 1890, 459; on the osteology 
of, noticed 1892, 171. 

Chauiba, notes on the birds of, 1884, 
404. 

Chamberlain, M., catalogue of the birds 
of New Brunswick, noticed 1883, 377; 
ornithological notes, noticed 1883, 
378 ; ' Catalogue of Canadian Birds,' 
and ' Systematic Table of Canadian 
Birds,'"notieed 1888, 363. 

Chamberlain, W., notes on non-volant 
birds, noticed 1889, 562. 

Clinmbers, W. J., letters from, on 
Cuculus glandarius, 1863, 474. 

Chambers-llodgetts, W. T. H., ' A 
Month in Tripoli,' 1867, 97 ; death of, 
1868, 134. 

'Channel Islands,' Ansted and Latham's, 
noticed 1863, 223. 

Chantre, E., on birds collected in the 
Cauciisus by, noticed 1884, 4f;9. 

Cliapada, on birds collected by H. H. 
Smith at, noticed 1892, 165; 1894, 
122. 

Chapman, A., rough notes on Spanish 
Ornithology. 1884,66; winter notes 
in Spain, 1888, 444; 'Bird-life of the 



25 



Borders,' noticed 1889, 245; notes on 
the genus Lagopus in the British 
Isles, Scandinavia, and Spitzbergen, 
1894, 122. 
Chapman, A., and Buck, W. J., ' Wild 

Spain,' noticed 1893, 453. 
Cha])Lnan, A. C, on a birds'-nesting 
ramble iu Lapland, 1885, 158 ; a 
contribution towards the Ornithology 
of West Jutland, 1894, 339. 

Chapman, F. 31., on additions to the 
Korth-American Avifauna, noticed 
18S9, 383 ; on a new species of Hum- 
ming-bird, noticed 1890, 112; revi- 
sion of the genus Xiphorhynchus, 
noticed 1890, 113; note on Ama- 
zilia a>neobrunnea, noticed 1890, 249; 
on birds from British Columbia, no- 
ticed 1891,275; on birds observed at 
Santarem, Brazil, noticed 1892, 175; 
on the avifauna of the Bahamas, 
noticed 1892, 331 ; on the colour- 
pattern of the tail-coverts in Oolaptes 
auratus, noticed 1892,332; on birds 
of Corpus Christi, Texas, noticed 
1892, 332; on the Grakles of the 
subgenus Quiscalus, noticed 1892, 
5(i3 ; notes on birds observed near 
Trinidad, Cuba, with remarks on 
the origin of West-Indian bird- 
life, noticed 1893,452; on tlie birds 
of Trinidad, noticed 1894, 430. 

Charadriidw : on the occurrence in 
England of the Kill-deer Plover, 1862, 
275; Seebolnu's 'Geographical Dis- 
tribution of the,' announced 1887, 
123, noticed 1888, 369; description of 
a rare species of, from the Cameroons, 
1887,417. 

Chasiempis, on the genus, 1885, 17. 

Chasmorhynchus, distribution of the 
species of, 1866, 40l'». 

Chatham Islands, on the birds of tlie, 
1866, 113; 1872, 243; 1S73, 463, 
489 ; exhibition of the osteological 
remains of bii-ds from the, 1893, -54; 
deserijition of ffistrelat a axillaris from 
the, 1893, -''■^ ; exhibition of the eggs 
of some birds of the, 1893, 445; list 
of the birds of the, 1893, 521 ; eggs 
of birds of the, figured 1893, 
pi. xiv. 

' Check-li.at of North-American Birds,' 
1883, 99, 222; 1886, 101, 510; 1889, 
5f>2, 563. 

Cheefoo, ornithological notes made at, 
1874, 422; 187s, 114. 

Cheeseman, T. F., on the Eastern 
Golden Plover (Charadrius fulvus) 
and the Australian Roller (Eurystom us 
pacifiuus) in Now Zealand, noticed 



1883,99; on the birds of the Kermadec 
Islands, noticed 1892, 332. 

Chelee, on the ornithology of the Pro- 
vince of, i86i, 323. 

Cherbourg, ' Memoires de la Societo de,' 
1865,337; 1867, 126. 

Cherrie, G. K., on new birds from Costa 
Rica, noticed 1892, 333; notes on 
Costa Rican birds, noticed 1892,334; 
on two new Flycatchers from Costa 
Rica, noticed 1893, 129. 

Cherson, on large fossil birds' eggs from 
the neighbourhood of, 1873, 436; 
1874, 4. 

Cheshire, Dobie's 'Birds of West,' no- 
ticed 1894, 555. 

Cliettusia, synopsis of the genus, 
noticed 1872, 447. 

Chicago, on migration at, 1S87, 121. 

Chicken Island, zoological researches 
made on, noticed 1883, 109. 

Chihli, on the vertebrates of the 
Province of, noticed 1878, 478. 

Chikalder, on the birds observed at, 
noticed 1872, 415, 442. 

Chili, on new Ducks from, 1861, 107; 
on the Coots of, 1S63, 223; on the 
birds of, 1866, 116; note on Philippi 
and Landbeck's papers on the birds 
of, 1866, 424; Philippi and Land- 
beck's ' Catalogue of the Birds of,' 
noticed 1871, 458; on new animals 
from, noticed 188 1, 484; on a sup- 
posed new Plover from, noticed 1883, 
382 ; exhibition of Phalaropus fuli- 
carius from, 1893, 570 ; notes 
on the birds of, 1893, 595 ; 1894, 
559. 

China, on a new species of Hawk froin, 
1863, 447 ; on birds of N., 1868, 223 ; 
Collitigwood's 'China Seas,' j868, 
473; on the avifauna of, 1871, 472; 
1889, 443; 1890, 453; 1892, 455; 
1893, 135; 1894, 129, 329; Gray's 
' Fasciculus of the Birds of,' noticed 
1872, 188, 430 ; David's Catalogue of 
the Birds of, noticed 1872, 422; on 
discoveries in Western, noticed 1873, 
443; on David's travels in, 1873, 
443; 1874, 167; David's 'Third 
Journey in, 'noticed 1S77, 117 ; David 
and Oustalet's ' Birds of,' noticed 
1878, 110 ; on birds from Central, 

1884, 259; on the Cormorants of, 

1885, 270; on a new Trochalopteron 
from, 1887, l(i6; on birds from S.E., 

1891, 41; on birds of Swatow and 
Foochovv, 1892, 400, 477 ; Pratt's 
' To the Snows of Tibet,' noticed 

1892, 456 ; on birds from Western, no- 
ticed 1894, 561 ; and see Swinhoe, R. 



26 



Chionidida; : on the Sheathbill in Ire- 
land, 1893, 28(5; on the systematic 
position of the, noticed 1893, 589. 

Chlorochrysa, on the genus, 1875, 4(54. 

Chri.stiania, Collett on birds of, 1865, 
227. 

Christy, M., 'The Birds of Essex,' 
noticed 1890, 448; 'Local lists of 
British Birds,' noticed 1891, 447. 

Chrysophlegina, on the genus, 1886, 2(50. 

Church, A., investigations into the co- 
louring of Touracoua' feathers, 1868, 
133. 

Churchill (Fort), on birds from, noticed 
1891, 275. 

Cilicia, on the attractions of, for na- 
turalists, 1859, 115. 

Cilli, on tlie birds of, 1866, 116. 

Cinclus, on the genus, 1867, 109. 

Cinnyridse, on Indian and Australian 
species of, 1870, 18 ; letter on certain 
species of, 1870, 296 ; Shelley's 
■ Monograph of the,' announced 1877, 
124, noticed 1880, 142. 

Circaetus, observations on the genus, 
1862, 208. 

Circus, on the distinctive characters of 
certain species of, 1873, "-^32. 

Cis-Atlantean Subregion, on the avi- 
fauna of the, noticed i8gi, 621. 

Clark, G., Account of the late Discovery 
of Dodos' remains in Mauritius, 1866, 
141. 

Clark, J. W., letter on nidification of 
the Flamingo in France, 1870, 439. 

Clarke, W. E., letter on Fimbeiiza rus- 
tica iu the British Isles, 1882, 181; 
letter on the desideratum to litera- 
ture of a book on the study of birds 
generally, 1883, 124 ; Field-notes 
from Slavonia and Hungary, with an 
annotated list of the birds observed 
iu Slavonia, 1884, 125 ; on the 
occurrence of QJstrelata hresitata in 
Hungary, 1884, 202; letter on Saxi- 
cola deserti in Yorkshire, 1886, 100; 
on the Ornithology of the Valleys of 
Andorra and the Upper Ariege, and 
other contributions to the avifauna 
of the Eastern Pyrenees, 1889, ,520; 
on the birds of Jan Mnyen Island, 
noticed 1890, 449; on birds from 
Fort Cliurchill, Hudson's Bay, no- 
ticed 1891, 275; on the occurrence 
of Grus leucogeranus in the Hebri- 
des, 1891, 635; 1892,181; on the 
rudimentary hallux of the Kittivvake 
(Rissa tridactyla), 1892, 442 ; note 
on the Rubecola tytleri of Jameson, 
1892,558; letter on an error in his 
paper on the hallux of the Kittiwake, 



1892, 575 ; report on the Great 
Skua in Shetland, noticed 1893, 129; 
on the persecution of the Great Skua, 
noticed 1894, 437; on some birds 
from the Island of Negros, Philip- 
pines, 1894, 531 ; abstract of letter 
from, on the birds of the mouth of 
the Rhone, 1894, 549. 
Clarke, W. E., and Backhouse, J., an 
autumn ramble in Eastern Iceland, 
with some notes from tlie Faroes, 
1885,364. 

• , and Roebuck, W. D., ' Handbook 

of the Vertebrate Fauna of Yorkshire,' 
noticed 1882, 165. 

Classification of Birds, on the value of 
osteological characters in the, 1864, 
36; Huxley's 1868, 85, 357; 1869, 
217; 1871,474; Maklin's, 1870, 131; 
De Selys-Longchamjjs's essay on the, 
noticed 1880, 473 ; Pascoe's 'Zoologi- 
cal Classification,' noticed 1880, 477; 
Forbes's final ideas as to the, 1884, 
119 ; on birds' muscles useful in 
classification, noticed 1888, 281; See- 
bohm's, noticed 1890,379; Sharpe's, 
noticed 1891, 621 ; Dubois's, noticed 
1892, 167; Shufeldt's Classification 
of the Pigeons, noticed 1892, 177. 

Claus, C , ' Grundziige der Zoologie,' 
1870, 514. 

Claws, on the shedding of tl e, in the 
Ptaruiigan, 1885, 50, 117; in birds' 
wings, 1886, 147, 300; in the wings 
of the Rutitffi, 1888, 124; of birds, 
noticed 1889, 124; on the use of the 
terminal claw in young birds, 1890, 
128; claws and spurs of the bird's- 
hand, noticed 1893, ^'^^■ 

Clifton, ZorfZ, letter on Saxicola oenanthe, 
1877, 256 ; letter on some British 
birds, 1879, 368; letter with notes on 
the birds of Iceland, 1879, 371. 

Coale, H. K., letter on the reorganiza- 
tion of the Ridgway Ornithological 
Club, 1884,466. 

Coburg Society for the protection of 
plants and animals, report of the, 
noticed 1889, 125. 

Coccystes, on the Geographical Distri- 
bution of, 188 S, 396. 

Coccyzus, on the Cuckoos of the genus, 
noticed 1871, 465. 

Cochabamba, on the birds of, noticed 
1886, 3(i5, 36(5; ou the birds of prey 
of, noticed 1886, 365. 

Cochin-China, list of the birds of Lower, 
noticed 1882,176; list of raptorial 
birds from Saigon, 1882, 235; on two 
new birds from, noticed 188^, 450. 

Cochrane, J. H., letter from, on Cuculus 



glanclariu?, 186^, 361 ; note on tlie 
nesting; of the Lanuer Falcon, 1S64, 
183, 429. 

Cockatoos, on the Black, 1861, 202. 

Coereba, on the proper use of the term, 
1893,246. 

Coerebidir, on the southern range of the, 
iSqo, 131. 

Coinde, J. P., on a new Borubjcilla and 
a new Gull, 1861, 107; on insectiv- 
orous birds, 1865, 224. 

Colaptes, on the North-American 
species of the genus, noticed 1893, 
124. 

Colchagua, on the Zoology of the Pro- 
vince of, noticed 1878, 485. 

Coliida^ review of the species of, 1885, 
307. 

Colioiiiorphas, Catalogue of the, in the 
British Museum, noticed 1877, 477. 

Colius, on the genus, 1872, 262; 1873, 
470. 

Collecting : directions for collecting 
birds, noticed 1892, 175; birds' eggs 
and nests, r.oticed 1892, 329. 

College of Sui-geons, Catalogue of tlie 
Ofeteological Specimens of Birds in 
the Royal, noticed 1892, 461. 

Collett, E., on birds of Christiania, 
1865, 227 ; on the birds of Hvaloerne, 
1868, 113 ; ' Birds of Jv(jrwHy,' noticed 
1869, 225 ; note on the occurrence in 
Spitsbergen of Uj.upa epo)js, 1870, 
539 ; Supplement to List of Norway 
birds, noticed 1872, 419; remarks on 
Norwegian birds, noticed 1872,420; 
1873, 441 ; on the skull of Strix 
tingmalmi, noticed 1872, 419; 1873, 
441 ; ' Contributions to Norwegian 
Ornithology,' noticed 1878, 190; 1894, 
437 ; on two collections of birds from 
Madagascar, 1878, 191 ; on new Nor- 
wegian birds, 1878,191; 1879,477; 
1882, 458; 1887, 460; memoir on 
tlie Norwegian avifauna, noticed 
1879, 476; zoogeographical map of 
Noi-way, noticed 1879, 476; on the 
ear-formation of tlie North-European 
Owls, noticed 1882, 458 ; on the 
addition to the Norwegian Avifauna 
of Ardetta minuta, Sterna cautiaca, 
and Larus minutus, noticed 1884, 
205; on Alca impeunis in Norway, 
noticed 18S5, 225; on Laniiis excu- 
bitor and L. major, 1886, 30 ; further 
notes on Pliyll().sco]iU9 borealis in 
Norway, 1886, i;i7: letter on Syrrha- 
])te8 paradoxus in Norway, 1888, 375 ; 
on a breeding-colony of Larus ebur- 
ueus on Sjiitsbergen, 1888, 440; on 
new breeding-birds in the Trondhjem 



District, 1890,467; on the birds of 
Arctic Norway, noticed 1893, 130; 
1894, 554 ; letter on Megalama 
versicolor procured by Mr. Bauii in 
Foochow, 1893, 277 ; on Lanius 
excubitor and its allied forms, noticed 
1893, 454; on a collection of birds 
from Tonga, New Hebrides, noticed 
1893, 454; on the occurrence of 
Colymbus adamsi in Norway, 1894, 
269. 

CoUingwood, C, on the migration of 
birds, 1859,456; ' Fauna of Black- 
heath,' 1859, 456; notes on singing- 
birds, 1862. 74 ; 'China Seas,' 1868, 
473; letter on the birds mentioned 
by, 1869, 347 ; on his birds from the 
China and Japan Seas, noticed 1871, 
478. 

Collocalin, on certain species of, noticed 
1880,479. 

Colombia (S. A.), on an undescribed Hawk 
from, i860, 147 ; on birds from, 1866, 
214; 1868, 230; 1871, 113, 319, 373, 
468; 1879, 196; 1880, 114, 169; on 
the Trochilidas of, noticed 1888, 361. 

Colonial and Indian Exhibition, on the 
ornithology in the, 1886, 468. 

Colorado, on the birds of, noticed 1873, 
432, 459 ; Coues's ' Birds of the Col- 
orado A''alley,' noticed 1879, 355. 

Coloration, of eggs, i860, 218; 1894, 
547; of Vultures' eyes, 1867, 254; 
of Cuckoos' eggs, 1867, 469; of Tou- 
racous' feathers, 1868, 133 ; 1872, 
465 ; on the relation between colour 
and tlie geographical di6tributi(ju of 
birds, noticed 1873, 476 ; on the red 
colouring of Gypaetus, 1876, 276 ; on 
tlie change of, in the Scarlet Ibis, 
1883, 392 ; of the naked skin of Geo- 
eoecyx, 1885, 325; on tlie variations 
in the coloration of birds, noticed 
1886, 85; 1890, 116; 1891, 280; 
Eidgway's ' Nomenclature of Colour,' 
noticed 1887, 356 ; Eeddard's ' Color- 
ation of Animals,' noticed 1892, 560. 

Colquhoun, J., 'Sporting Days,' 1867, 
239. 

' Columbarium ' (Moore's), reprint of, 
noticed 1879, 219. 

Columbia (British), Lord's 'Naturalist 
in Vancouver Island and,' 1S67, 126; 
on birds from, noticed 1S91, 275. 

Columbia (United States), Coues and 
Prentiss's ' Avifauna of,' noticed 1 884, 
454 ; on the disappearance of Spiza 
americana from, noticed 1891, 288. 

Columbida?, see Pigeons. 

CoIymbida>, synopsis of the N. -Ameri- 
can, 1863, 107. 



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Coininander Islands, on the birds of 

the, noticed 1884, 108, 207, 34f) ; 

1885, 112,444; 1886, 201; on new 

birds from the, noticed 1884, 346; 

1885, 112; 'Contributions to the 

Natural History of the,' noticed 

1885, 116; 1888,281; 1890,882. 

Comoro Islands, on the birds of the, 

1864, 292; 1885, 135; 1888, 135; 

1889, 389; on the fauna of the, 

noticed 1886, 87. 

' Compendium,' Eeichenow and Scha- 

low's, noticed 1880, 477; 1881, 165, 

485. 

Compiegne, Marq. de, ' L'Afrique Equa- 

toriale,' noticed 1877, 118. 
Condors, of the Equatorial Andes, 
noticed 1872, 447 ; letter on, 1875, 
269. 
Congo : Johnston's ' River Congo,' no- 
ticed 1884,343; on birds from the, 
noticed 1887, 253; 1889,245; 1893, 
686. 
Congress, Ornithological, see Interna- 
tional Ornithological Congress. 
Connecticut, Merriam's ' Birds of,' no- 
ticed 1879, 357. 
Conopias, on the genus, noticed 1872. 

456. 
Conotliraupis, on the genus, 1880, 

252. 
'Conspectus Avium Picinarum,' Sunde- 

vall's, 1866,415. 
' Constance,' on tlie birds collected on 

the voyage of the, 1887, 201. 
Constantine, on the birds of the Pro- 
vince of, 1882, 550. 
Constantinople, ornithological notes 

from, 1876, 60. 
Cook, J. M., letter on the ' Crocodile- 
bird' of the Nile, 1893, 275. 
Cooke, W. W., on bird-migration in the 
Mississippi Valley, noticed 1889, 
283. 
• , and Widmann, O., on bird-migra- 
tion in the Mississippi Valley, noticed 
1884,337. 
Cooper, J. G., on new Californian birds, 
1862, 187; ' The Naturalist in Cali- 
fornia,' noticed 1871, 425; on the 
Fauna of Montana Territory, noticed 
1 87 1, 425 ; on the Fauna of the Upper 
Missouri, noticed 1871, 426; on the 
Fauna of California, noticed 1872, 
420. 

, and Suckley, G., ' Natural History 

of Washington Territory,' i860, 
427. 

, and Whitney, J. D., 'The Orni- 

tliology of California,' noticed 1871, 
481. 



Cooper, T. T., on Thaumalea amherstise, 
1871, 371. 

Cooperastur, letter on, 1881, 605. 

Coot: on the Coots of Chili, 1863, 223 ; 
on the Coots of Japan, noticed 1887, 
359 ; exhibition of a fractured hu- 
merus of a, 1893, 440. 

Cope, E. D., account of the remains of 
Diatryma gigantea and Vultur um- 
brosus, noticed 1878, 477 ; on the 
Zoological Position of Texas, noticed 
1884, 454. 

Ooppinger, E. W., Cruise of the 'Alert.' 
noticed 1884, 205. 

Ooraciffi, Catalogue of the, in the British 
Museum, noticed 1892, 570, 572. 

Coraciidre, on African, 1871, 203, 270; 
1890,384; Dresser's ' Monograph of 
the,' announced 1884, 123, progress 
of, 1886, 103, noticed 1894, 3(.)4. 

Coraciiformes, an attempt to diagnose 
the subclass, 1890, 200. 

Cordeaus, J., on the birds of Heligoland, 
1875, 172; 1876, 128; on the migra- 
tion of birds, noticed 1879, -1-; 
letter on the ex|jenses of the British 
Association Migration Committee, 
1886, 213; letter on the occurrence 
of Coracias indicus in England, 1891, 
147. 

, and Harvie-Brown, J. A., ' Report 

on the Migration of Birds,' noticed 
1880, 476. 

Cordeaux, W. W., notes on the birds of 
Cashmere and the Dras District, 1888, 
218; 1889, 475; list of birds 
observed in Dras and Suru, 1894, 
3(i7, 572. 

Cordoba, catalogue of the birds in the 
Museum at, noticed 1882, 468; on 
the birds of, noticed 1892, 178. 

Corea, on birds of, 1886, 100; 1892, 

230. 
Cormorant, on tho breeding of the, in 
the Frankfort Gardens, noticed 1871, 
464 ; on a visit to a breeding-place of 
Cormorants, noticed 1873, 456; on 
Cormorant-fishing in China, 1880, 
375 ; on the nostrils of the, noticed 
1882, 335; on the Cormorants of 
Japan and China, 1885, 270; note 
on Pallas's, noticed 1890, 382; Cor- 
morants using their wings when 
diving, 1 89 1, 150. 
Cornay, J. E., on the coloration of eggs, 

i860, 298. 
Cornely, J. M., on the acclimatization 
of Talegalla lathami, noticed 1872, 
420. 
Cornwall : Bullmore's ' Cornish Fauna,' 
1868, 100; Rodd's 'Guide to the 



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Ornithology of,' i86S, 100; 1870, 
264 ; notes on the ornithology of, 
noticed 1873, '^'''^ '■> Rood's ' Birds of,' 
noticed 1881, 166; on Butorides 
virescens in, 1890, 0S6. 

Corpus Cliristi, on birds of, noticed 
1892, 332. 

Corsica, on the ornithology of, 1876, 17, 
380; 1885,24. 

Corvidse, on certain species of, 1878, 
64; osteological notes on the, noticed 
1889, 131 ; 0)1 the Crow of Somali- 
land, 1 89 1, 628; 1894, 327. 

Corvus, monograph of the genus, i860, 
189. 

' Corwin,' Nelson's ' Cruise of the,' 
noticed 1884, 105. 

Cory, C. B., ' Birds of the Bahamas,' 
noticed 1880, 473; 'Beautiful and 
Curious Birds,' noticed 1881, 281 ; 
note on his return from Haiti, 1881, 
497; 'The birds of Haiti and San 
Domingo,' noticed 1884, 337; 1885, 
99, 225, 314; 'List of the birds of 
the West Indies,' noticed 1885, 443; 
new edition of the ' List of the birds 
of the West Indies,' noticed 1886, 
192 ; on a collection of birds from 
several little-known islands of the 
West Indies, 1886, 471; 'The birds 
of the West Indies,' noticed 1889, 
384 ; ' Catalogue of West-Indian 
Birds,' noticed 1893, 26(') ; on the sale 
of the collection of birds of, 1894, 
580. 
Coryllis, on the genus, noticed 1880, 

3(;o. 

Curyndou, E. T., departure of, for Lake 
Tanganyika, 1894, 455. 

Cosmetornis, on the genus. 1864, 114. 

Costa Rica, on the birds of, 1862, 83; 
1869, 222, 310; 1870, 107; 1871, 
463; 1883,110,221,381; 1885,113, 
448,452; 1890,117; 1892, 334, 339, 
462 ; on the Bell-bird of, and its 
allies, 1865, 90 ; on a new Carpodectes 
from S.VV., 1884, 27; on a new 
Pteroptochian from, 1889, 262; on a 
new Goatsucker from, noticed 1892, 
339; on two new Flycatchers from, 
noticed 1893, 129; on birds of Rio 
Frio, 1894, 313. 

Coues, E., monograph of the Tringeae of 
North America, and notes on the 
ornitiiology of Labrador, 1862, 84 ; on 
tlie yEgiotlii of North America, 1862, 
187; 1863,471; revision of the North 
American Gulls, 1863, 108; review 
of the Terns of North America, 1863, 
471 ; synopsis of North American 
Colymbida: and Podicipida;, 1863, 



107; on jEchmopliorus clarkii, 1863, 
229 ; extract of letter from, on the 
range of La rus smitlisonianus, 1863, 
3()7 ; on the N^orth American Skuas, 

1864, 127; on certain Central-Ameri- 
can Larida', 1864, 387; extract from 
a letter from, on a species of Spizella, 

1865, 117; on the ornithology of 
Arizona, 1865, 535; 1 868, 485; Orni- 
thology of a Prairie-j'jurney, and 
Notes on the Birds of Arizona, 1865, 
157 ; Field-notes on Lophortyx gam- 
beli, 1866, 46; 'From Arizona to the 
Pauific,' 1866, 259; 'Prodrome of the 
Ornithology of Arizona 'lerritory,' 
1867, 130, 247; on Procellariida;, 

1867, 131; on Colvmbus torquatus, 

1868, 229; on Alcida?, 1868, 483; on 
bii-ds of South Carolina, T869, 118; 
' Birds of New England,' 1869, 228 ; 
on the Natural History of Quiscalus 
major, 187c, 367; on Rallus crepitans, 
noticed 1871, 426 ; on sea-side homes 
and what lived in them, noticed 1871, 
426 ; on Pieicorvus columbiauus, 
1872, 52; history of Gymnocitta 
cyauocephala, 1S72, 152; on the 
Natural History of Fort Macon, 
noticed 1872,420; on Icterus buUocki, 
1872, 420 ; studies of the Tyrannidce : 
Revision of the species of Myiarchus, 
noticed 1873, 442; papers on the 
Spheniscid;B, noticed 1893, 442, 443; 
'Key to N. American Birds' (1st 
edition), noticed 1872, 340; 1873, 
441 ; 1874,458, (2nd edition), noticed 
1885. 100; 'Field Ornithology,' 
noticed 1874, 458; 'Ornithology of 
the Prybilov Islands,' noticed 1874, 
458 ; letter on Gymnocitta cyano- 
cephala, 1875, 270; 'Birds of the 
North-West,' noticed 1875, -l^-l ; fit'l'^" 
notes on birds observed in Dakota 
and Montana, noticed 1879, 354; 
first part of a new work on the birds 
of the Colorado Valley, noticed 1879, 
355 ; reprint of private letters of 
Wilson, Ord, and Bonaparte, noticed 
11^79, 477; second instalment of 
American ornithological bibliography, 
noticed 1 880, 240; fourth instahuent 
of American oi-nithological biblio- 
graphy, noticed 188 1, 158; 'Chcck-li^t 
of North-American Birds,' noticed 
1883, 99 ; letter in reply to tlie review 
of his 'Check-list,' 1883, 222; letter 
on the American Ornithologists' 
Union, 1883, 100; 'Handbook of 
Field and General Ornithok>gy,' 
noticed 1891, 130. 

, and Kidder, J. H., contributions 



so 



to the Natural History of Kergiielen's 
Island, noticed 1876, 274. 

Coues, E., and Prentiss, D. W., on the 
birds of the district of Columbia, 1 864, 
125; 'The Avifauna of Columbia,' 
noticed 1884, 454. 

, and Stearns, W. A., ' New England 

Bird-life,' noticed i88z, 343; 1883, 
673. 

Coiilon, L., on a nearly perfect skeleton 
of the Moa, noticed 1871, 42fi; ubitu- 
arial notice of, 1894, 581. 

Courtship of birds, Wood on tlie, noticed 
1871,482. 

Coverts (Cubital), of the Euornithai, 
noticed 1891, 450; in the Paradi«e- 
and Bower-birds, noticed 1892, 403. 

Cowan, W. D., list of Madagascar birds, 
noticed i88z, 459; notes on the 
Natural History of Madagascar, no- 
ticed 1885, 101. 

Cowbird, on the correct name of the 
American, 1883, 583. 

Cox, T., report of the Geological Survey 
of Indiana, noticed 1872, 421. 

Cozumel Island, on a collection of birds 
from, 1S85, 185 ; on new birds from, 
noticed 1885, 321 ; on a new Hawk 
from, noticed 1885, 448. 

Cracidae, synopsis of the, noticed 1871, 
467; in the Buenos Ayres Museum, 
letter on the, 1872, 419. 

Cramer, F., on the development of the 
egg in birds, 1870, 271. 

Crane, on the breeding of the, 1859, 
191; Tegetmeier and Blyth's ' Natural 
History of the Cranes,' noticed 1881, 
494; on new genera of Gruidae, 1893, 
439 ; Blaauw's proposed ' Monograph 
of the Cranes,' 1894, 453. 

Crawford, R., ' Across the Pampas and 
the Andes,' noticed 1884,338. 

Creepers, on the N. American and 
European, noticed 1883, 112 ; on the 
Japanese, noticed 1889, 132. 

Crete, on the birds of, 1865, 333 ; 1872, 
224. 

Crewe, H. Harpur, letter from, on the 
early appearance of the Goatsucker, 
1859,208; rotes on the Dotterel in 
Bucks, 1862, 390; letter from, on a 
specimen of Bewick's Swan killed on 
the Trent, 1864, 229; letter on the 
Osprey and Cirl Bunting in Herts, 
1865, 113. 

Crichton, A. W., ' Ramble to the 
Orcades,' 1866, 426 ; 1867, 125. 

Crimea, ornithological observations in 
the. 1872, 224. 

Croatia, ou the birds of, noticed 18S9, 
118; 1891, 129. 



Crocodile -bird of the Nile, 1893, 275; 
470. 

'Cromarty,' Har vie-Brown and Buckley's 
' Vertebrate Fauna of We*t,' an- 
nounced 1887, 123, noticed 1888, 
272. 

Crommelin, J. P. van Wickevoort, see 
Wickevoort-Crommelin. 

Crop of Opisthocomus cristatus, paper 
on the, noticed 1892, 565. 

Crossbills, on the eggs of the Parrot- 
billed Crossbill, i860, 1()8 ; on tlie 
variability of the genus Loxia, noticed 
1883, 213; Ridgway's 'Review of the 
American,' noticed 1884,460; in the 
Ohio Valley, noticed 1894, ^•''^• 

Crotch, G. R., letter on dates of publi- 
cation of Temminck and Laugier's 
' Planches coloriees,' 1868, 499. 

Crotopliagidse, on the breeding of the, 
noticed 1894, 560. 

Crow, Monograph of the genus Corvus, 
i860, 189 ; on certain species of, 1878, 
54 ; osteoiogical notes on the Crows, 
noticed 1889, 131 ; of Somali-land, 
notes on the, 1891, 628 ; 1894, 327. 

Crowfoot, W. M., notes on tlie breeding- 
habits of certain sea-birds frequenting 
Norfolk Island and tho adjoining 
islets, 1885, 263. 

Crowley, P., ' Catalogue of birds' eggs,' 
noticed 1884, 339; exhibition of the 
nest and egg of Paradisea raggiana 
and the eggs of Chlamydodera cer- 
viniventris and C. maoulata, 1893, 
248 ; exhibition of a buff-coloured 
variety of the Whinchat, 1894, 
117. 

Cruttwell's ' Table of the Animal King- 
dom,' noticed, 1882, 459. 

Crypturido?, on the structure of the egg- 
shell of the, noticed 1871, 454; 1872, 
445. 

Cuba, on the birds of, 1859, 110; 1861, 
209; 1867,377; 1872,431; 1873,455; 
Poey's ' Repertorio fisico-natural de la 
islade,' noticed 1867, 377; Gundlach's 
' Ornitologia Cubana,' noticed 1879, 
483 ; on birds observed at Trinidad, 
noticed 1893, 452. 

Cubital coverts of the Euornitha, 
noticed 1891, 450; of the Paradise- 
and Bower-birds, noticed 1892, 463. 

Cuckoo, on the anatomy of the, 1859, 
107 ; on the nesting of the, noticed 
1862, 384; on parasitieism of the, 
1863, 363; 1865,223; 1872.423; 1892, 
.559 ; on certain facts in the economy 
of the, 1865, 178; on the eggs of the 
1S65, 360; 1872,451; 1873,476; on 
peculiarities of the, 1867, 374; on 



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the coloration of the eggs of the, 1 867, 
469; on the habits of the, 1868, 103; 
on the Ciiculidffi described by ,Lin- 
nreus and Gmelin, 1869, 324; in 
Natal, 1871, 103; on the daily 
quantity of food required by the 
yonng. noticed 1873, 449; on two 
egrgs of the, in one nest, noticed 1873, 
469 ; on the rearing of a young, by 
linnets, 1884, 468; on the young, 
noticed 1886, 367; on the geograph- 
ical distribution of the Crested 
Cuckoos (Coccystes), 1888, 396; on 
the sitting of the, 1889, 404; on the 
European, and its Indian allies, 1889, 
355; hatching its own eggs, 1889, 
219; notes on a tame, 1890, 466; 
and Swallow reared in the same nest, 
1S92, 524. 

CuUen, W. H., on the gular ponch of 
the male Bustard, 1865, 143; letter 
on Aquila mvvioides, and breeding of 
Larus minutus in Bulgaria, 1867, 
247. 

Culross, on the birds of, noticed 18S6, 
192. 

' Cumberland,' Macpherson and Duck- 
worth's ' Birds of; noticed 1886, 370 ; 
Macpherson and Ferguson's ' Ver- 
tebrate Fauna of Lakeland,' noticed 
1893, 138. 

Gumming, W. C, on birds from Fao, 
1 89 1, 103. 

Cun^ne, on Balieniceps rex on the, 1883, 
578. 

Cunningham, R. O., on the Solan Goose 
or Gannet, 1866, 1 ; letters on the 
ornithology of the ' Nassau' voyage, 
1868, 122, 486; 1869, 232; list of 
birds collected bv, in the Straits of 
Magellan, 1868," 183; 1869, 283; 
1870, 499; 1871, 466; on the nests 
and eggs collected by, 1870, 501 ; on 
the anatomy of certain Kingfishers, 
noticed 1871, 426; on the osteology 
of Rhea, noticed 1872, 421 ; on the 
Anatomy of Micropterus cinereus, 
noticed 1872, 421. 

Curasao, on the birds of, 1S92, 447 ; 
1893, 289,311. 

' Cura(;ao,' Brenchley's ' Cruise of the,' 
noticed 1873, 322 ; 1874, 456. 

Currie, F. L., notice of the occurrence 
of Pall.is's Sand-Grouse in Norfolk, 
1859, 471. 

Cursorius, review of the species of, i886, 
115. 

Cutch,on the birds of the Runn of, 1876, 
280. 

Cyaneste?, on the Tits of the genus, 
noticed 1885, 317. 



' Cvoladen,' Erhard's ' ' Fauna der,' 1859, 
107, 323. 

Cvclorhis, on the genus, 1887, 320; 
"1888, 83. 

CytrninjB. on the Indian species of, 
noticed 1873,438; Stejneger's Mono- 
graph of the,' noticed 1883. 117; on 
a new extinct species of, 1890, 264. 

Cyprus, on the birds of, 1887, 122; 
1889, 206, 305; notes on a tour in, 
i838, 94. 

Cypselid;e, see Swifts. 



D. 



Dacnis, syiiopsis of the known species of, 
1863,311. 

Dahomev, on the birds of, noticed 1887, 
468 ; 1893, 127. 

Dakota, on the birds observed in, 
noticed 1879, 3")4 ; 1883, 216. 

D'Albertis, L. M., on birds from the 
Fly River, 1877, 363; catalogue of 
the collections made in New Guinea 
by, noticed 1877, 477; ' New Guinea,' 
noticed 1881, 282. 

, and Salvadori, T., catalogue of 

birds of the Fly River collected by 
D'Albertis in 1876 and 1877, noticed 
18-9, 482. 

Dalgleish, J. J., letter on Columba 
cenas, 1878, 382; list of the birds 
of Ardnaraurchan, noticed 1879, 219 ; 
on American birds in Europe, noticed 
1881, 476; on the occurrence of 
Saxicola deserti in Scotland, noticed 
1 88 1, 476 ; on collections of birds and 
eggs from Central Uruguay, noticed 
1882,459; 1884, 455; on the occur- 
rence of the Tree-Sparrow in Argyll- 
shire, noticed 1883, 564; on the 
birds of Culross and Tulliallan, 
noticed 1886, 192; letter on the 
Spoonbills in Amsterdam, 1887, 364 ; 
on nests and eggs from Paraguay, 
noticed 1890, 113; letter on the 
occurrence of QCstrelata mollis in 
Madeira, 1890, 386; notes on the 
Petrels of Madeira, noticed 1892, 
564. 

Dall, W. H., an afternoon in Nicaragua, 
noticed 1871,426; on the Scientific 
Work of Professor Baird, noticed 
1888,483. 

, Bannister, H. M., and Baird, S. F., 

' List of the JBirds of Alaska,' noticed 
1870,521. 

Dallas, W. S., translation of Sundevall's 
work on the wings of birds, 1886, 
389. 



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Daliuatia, on the vertebrates of, noticed 
1887, 3f)4. 

Damaralaiid, Anderssou's ' Birds of,' 
1866, 42B; 1872, 194; 1873, 91, 
455; on Graculiis lucidns in, 1873, 
232; on Camaroptera from, 1874, 
94. 

Damma Island, on a new Rhi]ndura 
from, 1893, 251; on the birds of, 
1894,579. 

Danford, C. G., expedition to Asia 
Minor, 1876, 280; letter on Tetrao- 
gallus, 1877, 253; contribution to 
the ornithology of Asia Minor, 1877, 
261 ; 1878, 1 ; 1880, 81. 

, and Harvie-Brown, J. A., on the 

birds of Transylvania, 1875, 188, 
291, 412. 

Danube, on the birds of the Lower, 
1865, 225 ; 1880, 138 ; ornithological 
excursion to the Lower, noticed 1893, 
583. 

Darasim, on Dybowski's birds from, 
noticed 1871, 479. 

Darieu Expedition, on the birds of the, 
i860, 301. 

Darmstadt, on ornithology at, 1894, 106. 

Darwin, C, 'Origin of Species,' i860, 
88; 'Animals and Plants under 
Domestication,' 1868, 218; on the 
habits of Colaptes canipestris, noticed 

1 87 1, 427; 'The Descent of Man,' 
noticed 1872, 421 ; death of, 1882, 
479. 

Darwin. F., and Garrod, A. H., on an 
Ostrich lately living in tiie Zoological 
Society's Gardens, noticed 1873, 460. 

'Darwinism,' Wallace's, noticed 1889, 
570. 

Dassen Island, on Phalacrocoras 
neglectus breeding on, 1893, 277. 

D'Aubusson, L. M., on the birds of 
France, noticed 1884, 103. 

David, A., on the collections of, 1865, 
528 ; description of Crossoptilon 
cajrulescens, noticed 1871, 427; on 
two new birds from Moupin, Western 
Szechuen, noticed 1872, 422 ; cata- 
logue of the birds of China, noticed 

1872, 422 ; on new birds collected in 
Thibet by, noticed 1872, 405, 4G6 ; 
on observations made in Tchc-Kiang, 
noticed 1873, 443; description of 
Paradoxornis heudei, noticed 1873, 
443 ; on his discoveries in Western 
China, noticed 1873, 443; notes on 
his travels in China, 1873, 443; 1874, 
167 ; ' Third Journey in China,' 
noticed 1877, 117. 

, andOustalet, E., ' Birds of China,' 

noticed 1878, 110. 



Davies, W., extract from his article on 
fossil Asiatic Ostriches, 1880, 251. 

Davison, W. R., letter from, containing 
descriptions of Trochalopteruin cinna- 
uiomeum and Merulaerythrotis, 1886, 
203 ; letter on the birds of Travan- 
core, 1888, 147; news of, in Singa- 
pore, 1888, 379 ; description of some 
new species of birds from the Eastern 
Coast of the Malayan Peninsula. 

1892, 99 ; exhibition of types of some 
new species of birds described by, 

1893, 118; obituarial notice of, 1893, 
478. 

Davy, J., on the eggs of birds, 1864, 

393. 
Dawkins, W. B., letter on ancient exist- 
ence of Pheasants in England, 1869, 

358. 
Death-Valley Expedition, on the birds 

of the, noticed 1893, 580. 
Decken, C. C. v. der, on the orni- 
thology of the travels of, 1870, 127. 
Degen, E., on the evolution of the 

bird's wing, 1893, H^. 
Degland, C. B., and Gerbe, Z., 'Orni- 

thologie Europeenne,' 1867, 240. 
Degreaux, L., ' Etudes ornithulogiques : 

la Puissance de I'Aile,' noticed 1872, 

422; 1873,443. 
Dehvgoa Bay, on Hirundo rustica at, 

1892,470. 
Delaware Valley Ornithological Club, 

'Proceedings' of the, noticed 1892,448. 
Denbighshire, Dobie's ' Birds of,' noticed 

1894, 555. 
Dendrocincla, review of the genus, 

noticed 1889, 126. 
Dendrocolaptidfe in the Smithsonian 

Institution, noticed 1872, 455; notes 

on some recently described species of, 

1889, 350. 
Dendroeca. on the genus, 1865, 237, 

1871, 475. 
Denmark, on the Kitchen-middens of, 

1862, 76 : on the birds of, i86z, 382 ; 

1863, 470; 1880, 385; on the occur- 
rence of Pallas's Sand-Grouse in, 
1865, 103; 1890, 123; report on the 
birds of, noticed 1891, 292; on birds 
observed at the Liglit-Statious of, 
1892, 344; 1893, l.W; 1894. 135; 
on Liguriuus sinicus in, noticed 1894, 
552. 

D'Entrecasteaux Islands, on birds from. 

1889, 553; on Loria's birds from, 

noticed 1892, 176. 
Depierre, Dr., on Lauius dubius, 1S68, 

105. 
Derby Museum, cm I'.ew birds in the, 

1859,319. 



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'Descent of Man,' Darwin's, noticed 
1872,421. 

Deserta Grande, notes on birds obtained 
at, 1890,438. 

Desfontaines, R. L., reprint of liis 
Memoir on new birds from Barbary, 
noticed 188 1, 158. 

Deslongchamps, E., sec Eudes-Deslong- 
cliamps. 

Desmeure, M., on the breeding of 
Ostriches at Florence, noticed 18-1, 
427. 

Des Murs, O., notes sur les dernieres 
espi'ces de Cepbalopteres, 1859, 4.")7; 
letter from, on the egg of Balaniceps, 
i860, 302 ; 'Oologie Ornitliologique,' 
1 860, 298, 325 : ' Musee Ornitliologique 
illustre/ noticed 1886, 193. 

■ , and Verreaux, J., on the birds of 

New Caledonia, 1861, 106; observa- 
tions sur le genre Circaetus, et 
description d'une nouvelle espece, 
1862, 208 ; description d'une nouvelle 
espece du Pigeon, 1862, 342; on 
papers in the ' Revue Zoologique,' 
1862,380. 

Destruction of small birds, 1894, 579. 

De Verleuil, L. A. A., ' Trinidad,' 
noticed 1859, 104 ; second edition, 
noticed 1885, 102. 

Devic, M., on gigantic birds of S.E. 
Africa, noticed 1873, 444. 

De Vis, C. W., on the Moa (Dinornis) 
in Australia, noticed 1885, 103; 
report on birds from British New 
Guinea, 1891, 25. 

Devonshire, on the occurrence of tlie 
Rufous-tailed NA'arbler in, i860, 103 ; 
Rowe's ' Birds of,' noticed 186^, 221 ; 
I'idsiey's 'Birds of,' noticed 1891, 
4(10; D'Urban and Mathew's 'Birds 
of,' noticed 1893, 131. 

De Winton, W. E., letter on hybrids 
between the Black-Grouse and Caper- 
cailie, 1894, 448. 

Dcyrolle, E., ' Birds of France,' noticed 
1892,449. 

D'llanionville, J. C. L. T., Catalogue 
of the birds of Europe, noticed 1877, 
238; on African birds captured in 
Southern Europe, noticed 1882, 
335. 

Diablotin, in Dominica, noticed 1891, 
131; note on the, noticed 1891, 
454. 

Dichromatism in the genus Megascop?, 
noticed 1894, 125. 

Dicrurida?, notes on the, in the collec- 
tion of the British Museum, 1878, 09. 

Didine birds, discovery of bones of, in 
Rodriguez, 1865, 551; 1867, 146; 



in Mauritius, 1866, 128; on the 
skeletons of, 1868, 362. See ako 
under Dodo. 

Dieck, R., ' De Sterno Avium,' 186-, 
246. 

Diego Garcia, on Bourne's expedition to, 
1885, 340: 1886, 103, 216; on the 
birds of, 1887, 3()8. 

Diggles, S., ' Ornitiiology of Australia,' 
1868, 117, 348; 1870, 135; 1871, 
428. 

Diglossinop, on the subfamily, 1875, 204t 

Dillon, J. F., on Elanus creruleus in 
Ireland, 1872, 470. 

Dinornis, restoration of some species of, 
1 861, 407; Muudy's photographs of, 
1 868, 504; communications on, 1870, 
136; on tlie bones of, noticed 1871, 
4-10, 441 ; on the structure of the egg- 
shell of, noticed 1871, 454; 1872, 
445; Owen on, noticed 1872, 447, 
448; 1873, 472; Ogden on, noticed 
i8?3, 472; in Australia, noticed 
1885, 103. See also under Moas. 

Dippers, on the Pala:arctic White- 
breasted, 1892, 380. 

Disco, exhibition of an egg of Tringa 
canutus from, 1893, 263. 

Diseases of bii'ds, Stolker on the, 
noticed 1873, ^^85. 

Distant, W. L., ' Naturalist in tlie 
Transvaal,' noticed 1892, 449; letter 
on white quills in Numida coronata 
in a wild state, 1894, 569. 

Distribution, of birds, 1859,449 ; 1886, 
200; 1891,514; of tlie genus Turdus, 
1861, 277 ; of birds in Great Britain 
during the nesting-season, 1865, 1, 
119. 425; on tlie vertical distribution 
of birds, 1865, 531; of the species of 
Chasmorhynchus, 1866 406; of North 
American birds, 1866, 416; 1867, 
257; 1893,139; of the Alectoroin or- 
phan, 1869, 217; on the relation 
between colour and geographical 
distribution of birds, noticed 1873, 
476 ; of birds in the Fiji Islands, 
1876, 387 ; of the Larida;, 1879, 100; 
1894, 300; of the Charadriida', 
announced 1887, 123, noticed 1888, 
369; of the Crested Cuckoos, 1888, 
396; of British birds, 1893, 262; 
1894, 564; of birds in France, 1893, 
448; of the Little Bittern, 1894, 
425. 

Divers, synopsis of the N. American, 
1863, 107. 

Dixon, C, notes on the birds of the 
Province of Constantine, 1882, 550; 
on the omithologj' of St. Kilda, 
1885, 69; further notes on the 



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ornithology of St. Kilda, 1885, 358; 
'Evolution without natural selection,' 
noticed 1886, 81 ; ' Our Earer Birds,' 
noticed 1889, 246. 
Dixon, J. H., ' Gairloeh in North-west 

Koss-shire,' noticed 1887, 460. 
Dobie, W. H.. 'The Birds of West 
Cheshire, Denbighsliire, and Flint- 
shire,' noticed 18 9+, 555. 
Dobree, A., on the nesting of Psophodes, 

1863, 222. 
J)obrudscha, a fortnight in the, 1861, 
361 ; Seebohm's excnrsion to the, 
1883. 398. 
Dode, C, on animals from the Amoor 

and Turkestan, noticed 1872, 422. 
Doderlein, P., on the Avifauna of 
Modena and Sicilj. noticed 1872, 
422; 1873, 444; ou the Vertebrate 
Fauna of Sicily, noticed 18-3, 
444. 
Dodo, Broderip on the, 1859. 455: an 
account of the discover}' of remains 
of the, 1866, 141 ; on the skeleton of 
the. 1 8 68, 362; on newly discovei'ed 
figures of the, 1868, 477, 480 ; on an 
old picture of the. 18 58, 478 : Behu 
on the, 1868, 479; on unpublished 
figures of the, 1868, 503; Brandt on 
the, 1869, 227 ; Owen on the, noticed 
1S72, 448 ; on additional bones from 
Mauritius of the, noticed 1893, 584. 
See also under Didine Birds. 
Doering, A., on the birds of the Eio 
Negro of Patagonia, noticed 1884, 
206. 
Dohrn, H., on the ornithology of the 
Cape Verde Islands, noticed 1872, 
422. 
Dole, S. B., list of birds of the Ha- 
waiian Islands, noticed 1880, 240. 
DoUo, L., ou the use of the ' third 
trochanter' in birds, noticed 1883, 
565. 
• Domestication,' Darwin's ' Animals and 

Plants under,' 1 868, 218. 
Dominica, on birds of, 1864, 157; 1878, 

103,195; 1879, 210. 
Dorner, H., on Didunculus strigirostris 
in the Hamburg Gardens, noticed 
1873, 444; on tiie Parrots in the 
Hamburg Gardens, noticed 187-?, 
444. 
Dorsetshire, on the Ornitholugj- of, 
noticed 1874, 447 ; Mansel-Pleydell's 
' Birds of,' noticed 1888, 366. 
Dotterel, notes on the, in Bucks, 1862, 
39'J ; on the nesting of the, in Banif- 
shire, 1893, 569. 
Down-stages of some European birds, 
Marchand on the, noticed 1873, 467; 



on the young in down of the Ptilo- 

paedes, noticed 1887, 256. 

Drachenfels, C, on aviary birds, noticed 
1871, 428; on the acclimatization of 
the Golden Pheasant, noticed 1871, 
428. 

Drake, C. F. Tyrwbitt, on the birds 
of Tangier and Eastern Morocco, 
1867, 421; further notes on the 
birds of Morocco, 1869, 147: notice 
of the death of, 1874,469. 

Dras District, on the birds of the, 
1888, 218; 1894,367, 572. 

Dresden Museum, Guide to the, noticed 
1881, 482 ; on new birds in the, 
noticed 1885, 445; report of the, 
noticed 1886, 373. 

Dresden Zoological Gardens, on the, 
breeding of Sarcorhamphus gryphus 
in the, 1882, 178. 

Dresser, H. E., on the birds of Southern 
Texas, 1865, 312, 466 ; 1866, 23; 
exhibition of rare European birds' 
eggs, noticed 1872, 423; exhibition 
ofa specimen of Coccjzus americanus, 
noticed 1872, 423 ; on skins and eggs 
of various species of Keguloides and 
Phjlloscopus, noticed 1873, 444; ou 
skins of various species of Aquila, 
noticed 1873, 445 ; on a new Marsh- 
Warbler, 1874, 420; on Carduelis 
caniceps, 1875, .387 ; on Sylvia rama, 
1875, 513 ; on the Journal ■ Sylvan,' 
1875, 515; Severtzoff's 'Fauna of 
Turkestan,' 1875, 96, 236, 3-32 ; 1876, 
77, 171, 319, 410 ; Reprint of Evers- 
mann's ' Addenda ad Zoographiam 
Rosso-Asiaticam,' noticed 1875, 521 ; 
'List of European Birds,' noticed 1 8 8 1 , 
476 ; ' Monograph of the Meropidai 
or Bee-eaters,' progress of, 1883, 
131, noticed 1885, 103, 22.5, 314; 
1SS6, 366 ; letter on Otocorys brandti 
and O. longirostris, 1884, 116; 
' Monograph of the Rollers,' an- 
nounced 1884, 123, progress of, 
1886, 103, noticed 1894, 304; letter 
ou Sylvia nisoria in Great Britain 
and S. melanocephala in Malta, 
1885, 453 ; on the Wren of 
St. Kilda, 1886, 43; letter on 
Syrrhaptes paradoxus in Jersey, 
1888, 376; notes on birds collected 
by Dr. G. Radde in the Transcas- 
pian Region, 1889, 85; 1890, 342; 
letter concerning different forms 
of African Rollers, 1890, 384; notes 
on Eurystomus orientalis, 1891, 99; 
notes on some of the rarer VVestem 
Pala^arctic Birds, 1891, 360; on a 
collection of birds from Erzeroom, 



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1891, 364; remarks on Lanius ex- 
cubitor and its allies, 1892, 374; 
remarks on Lanius lahtoi-a and its 
allies, 1892, 288; remarks on the 
Palsearetic White-breasted Dippers, 

1892, 380; letter on omissions in 
the synonymv of the Meropidre in the 
'Catalogue of Birds in the British 
Museum,' 1895, ],')!; on Acredula 
caudata and its allied forms, 1893, 
240 : exhibition and description of 
a new species of Acredula from 
Macedonia, 1893, 248; exhibition 
and description of Cryptoloi^ha 
xanthopygia obtained from the 
Island of Talawan by Mr. J. Wliite- 
head, 1893, 2G3 ; notes on the 
synonymy of some Paleearctic birds, 
'•^Q^f 375 • i"emarks on some speci- 
mens of Central-Asiatic Shrikes, 
1 89+, 384. 

Dresser, H. E., and Blanford, W. T., 
on Hemprich and Ehrenberg's types, 
1874,335. 

, and Sharpe, E. B., on Lanius 

excubitor and its allies, noticed 1871, 
428 ; on points in the economy of 
Hirundo rustica, noticed 1871,472; 
' History of the Birds of Europe,' 
noticed 1872, 1S6, 459; 1873, 94, 
483; 1878, 387: 1882, 459; on 
Picus lilfordi and Parus britanuicus, 
noticed 1873, 4()0; on a new species 
of Long-tailed Titmouse from 
Southern Europe, noticed 1873, 460. 

'Dromade ardeolo,' Van der Hoeven's 
' Annotationes de,' 1870, 271. 

Droste, F., on birds of Borkuni, 1S70, 
128 ; on the genus ^S'umenius and 
bird-life at the North Pole, 1870, 
130 ; on birds beneficial and injurious 
to Agriculture, noticed 1873, '^^^- 

, and Borggreve, B., report of the 

German Ornithological Society, no- 
ticed 1873, 445, 460. 

Drummond-Hay, H. M., on the birds 
of Crete, 1865, 333; on the occur- 
rence of Saxicola deserti in Scotland, 
1888, 283 ; on the occurrence of Tur- 
dusatrigularis near Perth, 1889, 579. 

Drj'otriorchis, note on the genus, 1874, 
90. 

Dry Tortugas, on birds of the, noticed 
1891,286. 

Dublin Museum, Guide to the, noticed 
1887, 464 ; on fossil mammals, birds, 
&c. in the, noticed 1891, 456. 

Dublin Natural History Society, Pro- 
ceedings of the, 1864, 394. 

Dubois, A., on Megalophus regius, 
1867,245; on Alca impennis, 1868, 



112; Catalogue of the Birds of 
Europe, noticed 1872, 187, 423; 
' Faune Illustree des Vertebres de la 
Belgique,' noticed, 1877, 130; 1885, 
443; 1888, 364; descriptions of 
Hypoxanthus asquatorialis and 
Euplocamus sumatranus, noticed 
1880, 133; remarks on additions to 
the avifauna of Belgium, noticed 
18S0, 133; on certain Thrushes, 
noticed 1882, 335; on the variability 
of birds of the genus Loxia, noticed 
1883, 213; on the genus Peleeanus, 
noticed 1883,566; on a new Parrot 
from New Guinea, noticed 1885, 104 ; 
on the genus Otocorys, noticed 1885, 
315; on the family Bucerotida>, 
noticed 1885, 315; on Captain 
Storm's birds of Lake Tanganyika, 
noticed 1887, 105; on two new 
species of African birds, noticed 
1887,352; i-eport on ornithological 
observations made in Belgium, 
noticed 1891,276; classification of 
birds, noticed 1894, 167. 
Dubois, C. F., on a new Euphonia, 

1859, 322; 'Notes Nido-oologiques,' 

1 860, 298 ; ' Planches Colorices des 
Oiseaux de I'Europe,' 1S64, 396 ; 
1870, 511 ; ' Oiseaux de la Belgique,' 
1870, 511 ; death of, 1868, 252. 

Du Bus, B.,' Esquisses Ornithologiques,' 
noticed 1859, 474. 

Du Chaillu, P. B., on the birds collected 
by, i860, 17; 'Equatorial Africa,' 
noticed 1861, 302. 

Duck, note on the Harlequin, 1850, 
1(>2 ; on European Ducks in America, 
1863,229; on hybrid Ducks, 1869, 
127; 1893, 586; on the Labrador, 
noticed 1 873,422 ; on the morphology 
of the Duck tribe, noticed 1891, 285 ; 
on the Long-tailed, in Ireland, 1894, 
451 ; on the IMarbled, in Bavaria, 
1894,453. 

'Duck-Decoys,' Payne- Gallwey's 'The 
Book of,' noticed 1886, 519. 

Duckworth,W., and Macpherson, H. A., 
' The Birds of Cumberland,' noticed 
1886,370. 

Duges, A., Catalogue of the Vertebrate 
Animals of Mexico, noticed 1871,428. 

Duke of York Island, on a collecting 
trip in the, 1880, 290 ; descriptions of 
birds from, noticed 1882, 176. 

Dulit (Moimt), on Hose's new birds 
from, 1892, 322 ; on a collection of 
birds from, 1892, 430; on new birds 
from, 1893, 117 ; on the avifauna of, 
1893, 381 ; additions to the avifauna 
of, 1894, 545. 

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36 



D'Urban, W. S. M., and Mathew, M.A , 
'Birds of Devon,' noticed 1893, 13. 

Durnford, H., on North-Frisian orni- 
thology, 1874,391; on the birds of 
Buenos Ayres, 1876, lo7 ; 1877, l()(i ; 
1878, 58; on birds of Patagonia, 
1877,27; notes on the birds of 
Central Patagonia, 1878, 389; death 
of, 1878, 493; 1S79, 121; on the 
birds collected at Tucuman and 
Salta by, 1880, 351; on the last 
expedition to Tucuman and Salta of, 
1880,411. 

Durnford, W. A., list of birds of Wal- 
ney Island, noticed 1883, 566. 

Dwight, J., junr., on the Horned Larks 
of North America, noticed 1891,448. 

Dybowski, B., on the birds collected at 
Darasun by, noticed 1871, 479; on 
the parasitic habits of the Cuckoo, 
noticed 1872, 423: on the birds 
collected in East Siberia by, noticed 
1 873, 488 ; on the family Mornionida\ 
noticed 1883,666; additional notes 
on the family Mormonida% noticed 
1884, 207; on the birds of Kamt- 
schatka and the Commander Islands, 
noticed 1884, 207. 

, and Taczanowski, L., on the birds 

of Kamtschatka and the Commander 
Islands, noticed 1883, 575; 1884, 
213; 1885,444. 

Dyke-Road Museum, Brighton, report 
on the, noticed 1878, 387. 



E. 

Eagles, on the eggs of the Wedge-tailed 
Eagle, i860, 171; on European, 
1862, 82; on East Asian Sea-, 1868, 
130; 1892, 349; on Indian, 1868, 
349,352; 1873, 437; on the skins of 
various species of Aquila, noticed 
1872,452; 1873,445; on the nostrils 
of certain, noticed 1872, 472; on 
the S.E. European, 1873, 422 ; on 
European and Asiatic, 1874, 84; on 
the generic names of some Indian, 
1894, 120, 283. 

Eagle-Owls, see Owls. 

Eclectus, on the genus, 1877, 274, 474 ; 
on the sexes of, noticed 1879, 358; 
on the nesting-plumage of, noticed 
1883, 105; on the coloration of the 
young in tbe genus, 1890, 26. 

Economic importance of birds in 
India, noticed 1892, 571. 

Ecuador, on Eraser's travels in, 1859, 
113, 208, 319; i860, 192; on birds 
from, 1859, 319; 1877, 383; 1878, 



478 ; 1 880, 371 ; 1884, 107, 204 ; on 
the Humming-birds of, 1859, 399; 

1 87 1, 4.38 ; on new birds from West- 
ern, 1876, 493; on two new Wrens 
from, 1881, 129 ; on a new species of 
Catharus from, noticed 1889, 120; 
on birds from Quito, noticed 1889, 
5.59 ; on two new species of Humming- 
bird from, 1893, 449. 

Edible birds'-nests, of Swifts of Java, 
1859, 458; notes on, i860, 323: 
of Swifts in the Andaman Islands, 
1892, 577. 

' Edinburgh New Philosophical Jour- 
nal," noticed 1859, 200. 

Eggs, discoveries in European Oology, 
1859, 76 ; Baedeker's' Eier der Euro- 
paischen Vogel.' 1859, 202, 400; 
i860, 189; 1 861. 201; 1862, 294, 
381; 1868, 341; Brewers 'North 
American Oology,' 1859, 212, 400, 
461 ; on the sale of WoUey's, 1859, 
212; i860, 308; of the Cahtoruian 
Vulture, 1859, 469; i860, 278; of 
two raptorial birds from the Falkland 
Islands, 1 860, 24 : and nests of Javan 
birds, i860, 94, 191; of the Parrot- 
billed Crossbill, i860, 168; of the 
Nutcracker, i860, 168; 1872, 464; 
of the Eared Vulture and Wedge- 
tailed Eagle, i860, 171; 1862, 207; 
of birds, i860, 188; 1864, 393; 1870. 
271 ; on the coloration of, i860, 298, 
302; 1894, 547, 568; Des Murs's 
' Oologie Ornithologique,' noticed 
i860, 298, 325 ; on the egg of Balte 
niceps, i860, 302 ; suggestions for 
making collections of, i860, 415; 
spoliation of the late Mr. Salmon's 
collection of, 1863, 370 ; of ^Epyornis, 

1864, 395; 1892, 563; 'O'otheca 
Wolleyana,' noticed 1865, 101; and 
nests of New Zealand birds, 1865, 
154; 1872, 438; 1874, itS; on 
Kennicott's Oological Explorations, 

1865, 239; on Cuckoo's, 1865, 3(50; 
1867, 374, 469; 1872, 451; 1873, 
476; of Cisticola schcsnicola, 1865, 
531 ; 1868, 130, 131 ; on the structure 
of the egg, 1866, 116; 1870, 130; 

1872, 445; 1873, 471; 1894, 325; 
collected by the British North Ameri- 
can Boundary Commission, 1866, 
208; of Pagophila eburnea, 1866, 
216 ; Ramsay's ' Australian Oology,' 
noticed 1867, 133, 413; 1883, 108; 
of some Oceanic birds, 1867, 4.57; 
on the egg-beds of ^Epyornis, 1868, 
65 ; Westerlund's ' Scandinavian 
Oology', noticed 1868, 114; on the 
egg-shell, 1868, 228; 1871, 454; 



3? 



18-2, 445; iS-3, 471; 1878, 484: 
of the Pigeon-Hawk, 1869, 243; of 
Alca impeiinis, 1869, 358; r88o, 
380: 1882, 461: 1888, 152, 280; 
1 894, 297, 327, 422, 428 ; of Sterna, 
1870, 130 ; Hume's ' Eough Notes on 
Indian Oology,' 1870, 523; of 
Opistboconuis, noticed 1871, 424; 
of South American birds, noticed 
1871, 443 ; on abnoi-mal varieties of, 
1871, 443; 1873,459; on the struc- 
ture of the egg-shell of ^Epyornis, 
1871, 454; 1872, 445; on the 
measurements of, noticed 1871, 459 ; 
on an egg within anotlier, noticed 
1 87 1 , 473 ; 1872. 460 ; of Eudynamis 
taitensis, 1872, 325; on rare Euro- 
pean, noticed 1872, 423 ; on the value 
of, in classificarion, noticed 1872, 
145 ; on some new or rare, noticed 
iS72,44(>; 1873,439; of certain birds 
of Asia Minor, noticed 1872,451 : on 
large fossil, from the neighbourhood 
ofClierson, 1873,436: 1874, 4; on tlie 
structure of the egg-shell of the Moa, 
noticed 1873, 438; of species of 
Heguloides and Phylloscopus, noticed 
1873. 444; of Molobrus. noticed 
1873,459; on two Cuckoo's, in one 
nest, noticed 1873, 469; on the 
development of the egg in the ovi- 
duct, noticed 1873, 469, 472: of 
Ulula lappouica, noticed 1873, 475; 
instructious for preparing, 1873, 
493 ; Hume's ' Nests and Eggs of 
Indian Birds,' 1874, 452; 1875,265, 
511. new edition. 1890, 374; 1891. 
132 : on a collection of, from As- 
cension Island, 1S79, 272; on the 
nests and eggs of the N. American 
lunpidonax, noticed 1880, 132; on 
nests and eggs of the birds of Ohio, 
noticed 1880, 476; of Oasuarius 
beccarii, i88i, 101; on collections 
from Central Uruguay, noticed 1882, 
159; 1884, 455; of five species of 
Fijian birds, noticed 1883, 108; 
Scebohm's ' History of British Birds 
with coloured illustrations of their 
Eggs,' noticed 1883, 114 ; 1884, 462 ; 
1886, 92; on the colouring-matter 
of, noticed 1883, 570; Crowley's 
"Catalogue of Birds',' noticed 1884, 
339 ; of Struthiolitlius chersonensis, 
noticed 1887, 111; on the position of 
the egg in the oviduct, noticed 1887, 
111 ; on Nehrkorn's collection of, 
noticed 1888, 367: of Indian birds, 
noticed 1890, 374 ; 1891,132; in the 
Indian Mu.seum, noticed 1891,617; 
in the National Collection, 1891, 631 ; 



cause of variation in the shape of, 

1893, 359; of Paradisea augusta;- 
victorire, figured 1893, pi. xiii. ; of 
Chatham Island birds, figured 1893, 
pi. xiv. ; on the form of the Fowl's egg, 

1894, 134; on the structure and 
variations of birds', 1894, 325; on a 
collection arranged to illustrate the 
general characters of birds', 1894, 
351 ; on the origin of the coloration 
of birds', 1894, 547, 5(i8 ; of birds of 
Uruguay, figured 1894, pi. v. 

Eglington, W., and NicoUs, J. A., 'The 
Sportsman in South Africa,' noticed 
1893, 141. 

Egypt, on the birds of, 1859, 41 ; 1862, 
357; 1863, 32, 156, 3(i3 ; 1864, 1, 
97, 233: 1867. 48; 1871, 38, 131, 
309: 1878,368; i886,378; 1891,473; 
on Budytes cinereocapillus in, 1861, 
210 : on Podiceps auritus breeding 
in, 1862, 81, 195 ; (m theHaptores of, 
1S71, 247; Shelley's ' Birds of," an- 
nounced 1872, 193, noticed 1873, 91, 
484. 

Ehrenberg, C. G., and Hempi'ich, F. W., 
oil the types of, 1874, 335. 

Eigg, on the birds of. noticed 1886, 
82. 

Ekaterinburg, exhibition at, 1887, 124, 

Elainia, on the genus, noticed 1890, 
247. 

Elliot, D. G., descriptions of six now 
S[)ecies of birds, 1859, 391 ; on a new 
Ortvx, 1861, 209; ' Monograph of 
the'Pittida>,' 1861, 407; 1862, m, 
383; 1863,360; new edition, 1892, 
580; 1893,578; 1894, 305, 438; on 
anew Pitta, 1862, 186; remarks on 
Pediopcetes, 1863, 109; notes on 
European Ducks occurring in Ame- 
rica, 1863, 229; 'Monograph of the 
Tetraoninffi,' 1865, 228, 345; 1866, 
213 ; on supposed new species of 
Pheasant of the genus Argus, 1865, 
423 ; on new species of P(>ly])lccti'OP, 
1866, 56: 'Birds of North America,' 
1S66, 417; 1867, 376; 1868, 345; 
I 870, 277 ; 'Monograph of the Phasi- 
anidav 1S69, 464 ; 1870, 520 ; 1871, 
429; 1872,194,424; 1873,93,445; 
remarks on some lately described 
PittidiC, with a Synopsis of the Family 
as now known, 1870, 408 ; 1871, 429 ; 
letter on new species of Numida, 
J 870, 300; on new species of Eury- 
stomus, 1871, 203; 1872, 425; de- 
scription of a new genus and species 
of Finch, i87i,402; descriptions of 
new species of birds, noticed 18 71, 
428 ; description of some new species 



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of Pheasants, uoticed 187 1, 429; 
1872, 425; descriptions of new species 
of Humming-birds, noticed 1871, 
429 ; 1872, 426 ; review of the genus 
Ptilornis, noticed 1872, 426; on a 
new species of Guinea-fowl, noticed 
1872, 426; on Nyctale kirtlandi, 

1872, 48 ; 1873, 446; on new genera 
of Paradiseidir, 1872, 111 ; 1873. 
446; on a new Eriucnemis, 1872, 
293; 1873,446; on Humming-birds 
of the West Indies, 1872,^40; 1873, 
446 ; on a new species of Hornbill, 

1873, 177; 'Monograph of the Para- 
diseida?,' 1873, 94; notes on Tro- 
chilida>, 1873, 1,269,279,353; 1874, 
261, 330; 1875, 149; 1876, 5, 54, 
311, 394, 456; 1878, 35; on Argus 
oeellatus, 1873, 330 ; on a new species 
of Eucephala, 1 874., 87 ; on the genus 
Malimbus, 1876,406; on d'Orbignj's 
Trochilidffi in the Paris Museum, 
1877, 133; 'Monograph of the 
BucerotidiV,' noticed 1 877, 376 ; 1878. 
474; 1880, 133; 1881, 159; 1883, 
102 ; remarks on Euceros bicornis, 
1877,416; letter on Ehinoplax vigil 
and Rhytidoceros plicatus, 1877, 488 ; 
remarks on certain species of Corvidae 
and Paradiseida^, with a description 
of an apparently new species of 
Cyanocorax, 1878, 54; three papers 
with descriptions of tln-ee new birds, 
noticed 1878, 113; two papers with 
descriptions of Anthracoceros frater- 
culus and Porphyrio edwardsi, no- 
ticed 1878, 194; letter on certain 
species of Phasianidic, 187S, 124; 
description of lolajma luminosa, 1878, 
188; on Phasianus ignitus, 1878, 
411 ; on the Porphyrio and its species, 
noticed 1879, 213; letter correcting 
!i printer's error respecting Euploca- 
mus ignitus, 1879, -^-^^ 'Classification 
of the Trochilidse,' noticed 1879, ^79 ; 
' List of Humming-birds,' noticed 
1S80, 242; on inheritance of acquired 
characters, noticed 1892, 564 ; life of 
Audubon, noticed 1894,556. 

Elliot, ]). G., and Heichenow, A., on the 

IbidinaB, noticed 1878, HI. 
, and Salvin, O., notes on the Trochi- 

lidiv, 1873, 1, 269, 353 ; on two species 

of Lophornis, 1873, 279. 
Elliott, H. W., on bird-life in the 

Pribylov Islands, 1882, 477, 600. 
Ellman, J. B., on the extinct birds of 

IS'ew Zealand, 1861, 415. 
Elwes, H. J., letter on birds of prey in 

Scotland, 1867, 143; on the Bird- 



Slations of the Outer Hebrides, 1869, 
20 ; letter on birds of Travancore, 
1870, 526; on the genus Henieurus, 
1872,250; 1873, 446; field-notes on 
the birds of Denmark, 1880, 385 ; on 
a new Crossoptilon (0. harmani), 
1 83 1, 399; appointment of, as natu- 
ralist to the Embassy to Lhassa, 1886, 
216. 

Ehves, H. J., and Buckley, T. E., list of 
the birds of Turkey, 1870,59, 188,327. 

Elwes, R., on the breeding and mode of 
capture of the Short-tailed Petrel, or 
Mutton-bird, in the Islands of Bass's 
Straits, 1859, ^97. 

Emerson, W. O., on the birds of San 
Diego, noticed 1888, 270 

Emin Pasha, on new collections from, 
1883, 583 ; on a new Wryneck 
collected by, noticed 1884, 28; on 
birds collected by, 1884, 108; 1891, 
131 ; on the birds of Lake Albert, 
Eastern Equatorial Africa, 1887, 474; 
' Emin Pasha in Central Africa,' 
noticed 1888, 3(i5 ; news of, from 
Lake Albert, 1888, 382 ; news of, 
from Victoria Nyanza, 1891, 476; 
' Emin Pasha Relief Expedition : 
Story of Rear Column,' noticed 1891, 
280; on the last journey of, noticed 
1894, 445 ; obituarial notice of, 1894, 
142. 

Empidonax, on the nests and eggs of 
the N. Amei-ican, noticed 1880, 132; 
the species of the genus, 1886, 461. 

Emu, on the ti-acheal sac of the, noticed 
1881, 481. 

Engadine, on birds of the Upper, 1870, 
517; 1871,419, 463; 1886, 24. 

Engano, on birds from, noticed 1892, 
460. 

England, on the Goshawk in, 1859, '^^^ '• 
on Indian Pheasants breeding in, 
1859,319; on Aquila nfevia in, i86i, 
118 ; on Sturnella. ludoviciana in, 

1 86 1, 176; on English Singing-birds 
in Australia, 1861, 216 ; on the Red- 
necked Goatsucker in, 1862, 39; on 
the American Kill-Deer Plover in, 

1862, 275; on Muscicapa parva in, 
1864, 130; on the species of Anthus 
occurring in, 1865, 115, 237; on the 
distribution of tlie Redshank in, 1866, 
420; on Ilirundo riocouri in, 1866, 
423 ; on Reguloides superciliosus and 
Milvus migrans in, 1867, 253 ; on 
Salicaria aquatica in, 1867, 468; on 
the former existence of a large Pelican 
in the fens of, 1868, 363; on Larus 
melanocephalus in, 1872, 79; Blnauw's 



39 



' Comparative list of the Birds of 
Holland and,' 1894, 123; on Syr- 
rliaptes paradoxus in, sec Sand-Grouse 
(Pallas's). 

Epirus. on the birds observed in, i860, 
1, 133, 228, 338. 

Episternal apparatus of birds, on the, 
1866, 116. 

• Equator,' \yhyniper's ' Travels amongst 
the Great Andes of the, 'noticed 1892, 
404. 

' Erebus' and 'Terror,' on the Zoology 
of the Toyage of the. Appendix, 1875, 
511. 

Ereniophila, on the osteology of, noticed 
i88i,fi04. 

Erhard, Dr., 'Fauna der Cycladen.' 
1859, 107,323. 

Erlangen, on the birds observed on the 
swamps at, noticed 1S73, ^^^^•^• 

Ernst, A., on the birds of Venezuela, 
noticed 1871, 430; list of the birds 
of Venezuela, noticed 1878, 192; 
catalogue of birds in the Caracas 
Museiun, noticed 1888, 270; 1889, 
o63. 

Erythrura, synopsis of tlie genus. 
1859, 319. 

Erzerooui, on birds from, 1891, 304. 

Espartilla, on birds of the Estancia, 1892, 
193. 

' Esquisses Ornithologiqucs,' I)u Bus's, 
noticed 1859, "^"^• 

' Essex,' Christy's ' The Birds of,' noticed 
1890, 448. 

Etberidge, E., on the birds of Lord 
Howe Island, noticed 1890, 114. 

Etliiopian Region, ornithological notes 
from the, 1868, 282 ; on the Oriolida; 
of the, 1870,213; 1 87 1, 470; on the 
HiruudinidtB of the, noticed 1871, 
471 ; on the Tlirushcs of the, 1883, 
1(14 ; on the Woodpeckers of the, 1883, 
401; 1884, 199; on the Columbidae 
of the, 1883, 258; review of thi' 
Ploceidse of the, 1886, 301 ; 1887, 
1 ; on the Ilornbills of the, 1888, 47. 

Eton College, letter on a collection of 
British birds for, 1893, 593. 

Euchfetes, on the change of the generic 
term, to Calocha^tes, 1879, 388. 

Eudes-Deslongchamps, E., on Serresius 
galeatus, 1860, 189 ; on the genus 
Florisuga, noticed 1880, 240; lists 
of the specimens of Paradiseidae and 
Trochilidee in the Caen Museum, 
noticed 188 1, 477. 

Eudynamis, sketch of the genus, 1869, 
324. 

Eudyptes, on the osteologj" of, noticed 



1885, 104; on the diaphragm of, no- 
ticed 1885, 104. 

Euornithre, on tlie cubital coverts of the, 
noticed 1891, 450. 

Eure-et-Loire, onthebirdsof, 1865, 223; 
186S. 103. 223; 1869, 220; 1871, 
4."iO. 

Europe, Bree's ' Birds of,' 1859, 81, 99. 
101, 198, 321, 455; i860, 297, 419; 
1 861, KJG; 1862, 180, 379; 1863, 
4(53; new edition, 1874, 174; 1875, 
.")(_)G; Biideker's 'Eier der Etu'opa- 
ischen Viigel,' 1859, 202, 400; 1S60, 
189; i86i,201; 1862, 294, 381 ; 1868, 
341 ; on the diversity in the estimates 
of the ornis of, and its causes, 1859, 
204; 1 861, 292; on the disputed 
species of birds of, 1859, 459; on the 
Eagles of, 1862, 82; on European 
Ducks occurring in Americn, 1862, 
229; Fritsch's ' Vcigel Europa's,' 1862, 
295; 1871, 444; 1872, 427; on the 
extinction of the Common Francolin 
in, 1862, 352; 1863, 113, 116; 
Blasius's ' List of Birds of,' 1863, 350; 
Prevost and Lemaire's ' Oiseaux d' 
Europe,' noticed 1864, 120; Dubois's 
'Oiseaux de I'Europe,' i<S64, 396; 
1870, 511 ; on Pallas's Sand-Grouse 
in, 1865, 224, 340; Degland and 
Gei'be's ' Ornithologie Europeenne,' 
1867, 240 ; Sharpe and Dresser's 
'Birds of,' noticed 1872, 18G, 459; 
1873,94,483; 1878,387; 1882, 4.59; 
Dubois's ' Catalogue of the Bii'ds of,' 
noticed 1872, 187, 423; on the birds 
of Northern, noticed 1872, 435; on 
tlie Aquila; of S.E., 1873, 422; on a 
new Long-tailed Titmouse from S., 
noticed 1873,460 : on the down-stages 
of some birds (jf, noticed 1873, 467; 
on tiie synonymy of some birds of, 
noticed 1873,47.5; on a new Wood- 
pecker from South, noticed 1873, 479 ; 
on Falco barbarus and Cypselus palli- 
dus in, noticed 1873, 479 ; on ciie 
bone-caves of Southern, noticed 1873. 
485 : d'llamonville's ' Catalogue of 
the Birds of,' noticed 1877, 238; on 
birds found in North America and, 
noticed 188 i, 1.59; Seebolim's ' Siberia 
in Europe,' noticed 18S1, 285 ; 
Dresser's ' List of European Birds,' 
noticed iS8i,476; on African birds 
in Southern, noticed 1882, 335; on 
the Tree-creepers (Certliia) of, noticed 
1883, 112; on some generic and speci- 
fic appellations of the birds of, noticed 
1883, 116; Olphe-Galliard's ' Ornitii- 
ology of Western,' noticed 1885, 231 ; 



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i886, 201; Backliouse's 'Handbook 
of European Bii-ds,' noticed 1890, 371 ; 
ou the occurrence of Otocorys penicil- 
lata in, 1894, 140. 
Eurvlfemus, on the position of, 1872, 

177; 1873,480. 
Evans, A. H., ' Zoological Eecord,' Aves, 
noticed 1889, 255; letter on tlie 
criticism of the Zoological Eecord 
(Aves), 1889, 399; list of the Birds 
of the Melrose District, noticed 1893, 
132 ; on the breeding of the Sclavon- 
ian Grebe in Eoss-shire, noticed 1893, 
133. 

, and Wilson, S. B., ' Aves Hawaii- 

enses,' noticed 1891, 291; 1892, 178, 
575; 1893, 463; 1894,446. 
Evans, E., notice of the death of, 1859, 
329. 

, and 8turge, W., on the birds of 

Western Spitzbergen, 1859, 166. 
Evans, W., on the breeding of the Marsh- 
tit (Parus palustris) in Stirlingshire, 
noticed 1886, 82 ; on the birds of Eigg, 
noticed 1886, 82; on the pei iods 
occupied by birds in the Incubation 
of their Eggs, 1891, 52; 1892, 55; 
on the birds of the Spey Valley, no- 
ticed, 1891,448. 
Everett. A. H., letter on Ptilopus lue- 
lanoceplialus in Borneo, 1886, 521; 
letter on lanthoenas griseigularis in 
Borneo, 1887, 362; letter ou birds 
found in North Borneo, 1S88, 283; 
letter on tlie occurrence of Fuligula 
cristata and Lobipes hyperboreus in 
Borneo, 1890, 263; list of the birds 
of the Bornean group of Islands, no- 
ticed 1890, 450; letter recording the 
occurrence of several birds in Borneo, 
1890, 465; description of an ap- 
parently new species of the genus 
Siphia from Borneo, 1891, 45; on a 
collection of bii-ds sent fi-ora Borneo 
by, 1893, 117; list of birds collected 
on Mts. Penrisen and Poeh by, 1893, 
550; on birds from N. Borneo and 
Sarawak, 1893, 5.59; on new species 
of birds from the Sulu Archipelago, 
1894, 121 ; on a collection of birds sent 
from the Sulu Archipelago by, 1894, 
238 ; letter on the new species Spilornis 
raja. 1894, 317 ; on birds collected in 
Northern Borneo by, 1894, 540. 
Eversmann, E., ' Addenda ad Zoogra- 
phiam Eosso-A.siaticam,' 1867, 383, 
Di'esser's reprint of, noticed 1 875, 521. 
Evolution, Dixon's ' Evolution without 
natural selection,' noticed 1886, 81 ; 
in the genus Megascops, 1894, 125. 



Ewart, J. C, on the nostrils of the 

Cormorant, noticed 1882, 335. 
Exhibition, on the ornithology in the 
International, 1862, 279 ; on the 
birds exhibited at the Fisheries, 1883, 
346, 578. 
' Exotic Ornitliology,' Sclater and 
Salvin"s, noticed 1866, 426; 1867, 
123, 372; 1868, 335; 1869,109; 1870,' 
262. 
Expeditions, in progress and projected, 
report ou, 188 1, 180; accomplished 
and in progress, 1882, 479. 
Extinct Birds : on the Gigantic birds of 
the Mascarene Islands, 1866, 146; 
on the wingless birds of New Zealand, 
noticed 1869,98; from Brazil, 1882, 
321 ; on a gigantic bird allied to 
Cariama from Brazil, 1882, 466 ; on 
birds becoming extinct in North 
America, 1891, 634 ; from Queens- 
land, 1892, 530; on Giant Birds of 
Argentina, 1893, 40 ; of New Zealand, 
noticed 1893, 133; from Mauritius, 
noticed, 1893, 584; in Australia, 
1894,327,328; from the Mascarene 
Islands and Madagascar, noticed 
1 8 94, 440 : on recently extinct birds, 
noticed 1894, 440; on a new species 
of Gigantic bird in Australia, 1894, 
577. 
Exton, H., on the habits of Schizorhis 

concolor, 1871, 107. 
Eye : on the colour of the bird's iris, 
1859,207 ; 1 87 1, 423 ; on the colour of 
the Vulture's, 1867, 254; description 
of the bird's, noticed 1873, 466; of 
Coracias garrulus, 1891, 296. 
Eyton, T. C, on the different methods 
of pre)^aring natural skeletons of birds, 
1859,55: ' Osteologia Avium,' 1859. 
101,321; 1860,90, 412; 1868, 98; 
1870, 266; note on the anatomy of 
Cephalopterus penduliger, 1861, 57 ; 
death of, 1881, 178. 



F. 



Faeroes, Miiller's ' Bird-fauna of the,' 
1863, 468; on Larus rossi in the, 
1865, 103: notes on the, 1885, 364. 

Fairbridge, W. B., letter on the occur- 
rence of S^iatula clypeata in South 
Africa, 1893, 153; letter on the 
breeding of Phalacrocarax neglectus 
on Dassen Island, 1893, 277. 

' Falconry,' Freeman and Salvin's, 
J 860, 88; Brodrick's 'Falconer's 
Favourites,' 1865, 527. 



41 



Falcons, on tlie classilication of the 
American, noticed 1871, 4()0 ; studies 
of the Falconidiv, noticed 1875, 498 ; 
on the occurrence in Westmoreland 
of the Iceland Falcon, noticed iSSz, 
(iOl : on the Northern. 1889, 14;j. 

Falkland Islands, ou the eggs of two 
raptorial birds from the, i860, 24; 
on the Penguins of the, i860, ^Sli; on 
the birds of the, i860, 432: 1861, 149; 
ou the nomenclature of some birds 
from the, 1S61, 312. 

Fuiming Islands, ou the natural history 
ot tlie, noticed 1877, 241 ; 1878,376; 
on the birds of the, 1883, 4t>. 

Fantee Country, ou birds from tlie, 
1869, I8(), 381 ; 1870,52,470; 1 871, 
470; 1872, 6(i ; on new birds from 
the, 1872, 181 : 1873, 484. 

Fao, on collections of birds from, 1886, 
475; 1 89 1, 103. 

Farman, C, on some of the birds of 
prey of Central Bulgaria, 1868, 40G ; 

1869, 199. 

Fame Islands, on tlie protection of sea- 
birds on the, 1889, 141. 

'Fasti Oruithologi.T.'Cassiu's, 1865, IOC): 
1866, 417: 1S68, 231. 

Fatio, Y., on reproductive organs in 
Accentor alpinus, 1865, 224 ; on 
Syrrliaptes paradoxus in Europe, 
1865, 224: on Paras borealis, 1865, 
532 ; on vertical distribution of birds, 
1865, 531 ; on the Oomutre, 1S65, 
532; on Calamoherpe palustris, 1S68, 
105; on Alca impennis, 1868, 341; 

1870, 518: 1871, 431. 

, and Studer, Th., ' Catalogue of the 

Birds of Switzerland," noticed 1889, 
394; 1894,435. 

Fea, L., on birds collected in Biu'mah 
b}', noticed 1890, 118. 

Feathers, on the colouring of Toura- 
cous', 1868, 133; on ornamental 
wing-, noticed 1880, 139; on the 
colouring-matter of, 1881, G02 ; 
1882,335; 1883, 104; on the after- 
shaft of, 1885. 19; ou the histology 
of, noticed 1 886, 370 ; on the structure 
of the barbs, barbules, and barbicels 
of typical pennaceous, 1887, 420; on 
the barbs of, 1894,312. 

Feilden. II. W., letter on a new species 
of Phtt'uicopterus, 1868, 495; letter 
on eggs of Alca impennis, 1869, 358 : 
letter on nidification of Ilimantopus 
candidus. 1870, 295; 1871, 440: 
list of birds observed in Suiith Sound 
and Polar Basin, 1877, 401; letter 
on Rhodostethia rosea, 1878, 200; 



letter from, on an error in the bio- 
graphical notice of Edward Adams, 
1879, 104; letter on the breeding of 
Tringa subarquata in North Green- 
land, 1879, 480; note on the birds 
collected by A. H. Markham iu 
Novaya Zemlya, noticed, 1 881, 602: 
on the breeding of Pullinus auduboni 
iu the Island of Barbados, 1889, 
00; on tlie birds of Barbados, 1889, 
477 : ou the Diablotin in Dominica, 
uoliced 1 89 1, 131. 

Feilden, H. W., Butler, E. A., and Eeid, 
S. G., on variations in plumage of 
Saxicola monticola, as observed in 
Natal, 1883,331,337; ouMr.Seebohm's 
paper on the birds of Natal, 1887, 
472. 

, and Narcs, Sir G. S., ' Voyage to 

the Polar Sea,' noticed 1879, 97. 

Fens, on the former existence of a 
large Pelican in the English, 1868, 
303. 

Ferguson, R. S., and Macpherson, H. 
A., ' Vertebrate Fauna of Lake- 
land,' noticed 1893, 138. 

Fern Islands, on the birds of the, 
noticed 1878, 471. 

Fernando Noronha, on birds from, 
noticed 1891, 140. 

Ferrari-Perez, F., on Mexican birds, 
noticed 1887, IU.5. 

Fibula;, on complete, in existing birds, 
1894. 3(il. 

Fickert, C, note on Syhia locustella. 
noticed 1871, 431. 

■ Field Ornithology,' Ooues's, noticed 
1874, 4.58; 1 89 1, 130. 

Fiji Islands, on the ornithology of the, 
'1864, 2.32; 1876, 152; 1 88 1, 170; 
on new species of birds from the, 
1 866, 171 ; 1877, 142: on little-known 
birds of the, 1876, 137; on the 
distribution of the birds of the, 1876, 
387 ; ou the eggs of five species of 
birds f'roui the, noticed 1883, 108; 
on the species of the genus Pacliy- 
cephala from the, 1891, 93. 

Filfla Island, ou a visit to, 1863, 
435. 

Filhol, II.. on the osteology of Eudyptes 
and Spheuiscus, noticed 1885, 104; 
on the diaphragm of Eudyptes, 
noticed 1885, 104; on the artei'ial 
system of the Penguins, noticed 1885, 
104, 105. 

Filippi, F. de, on new birds from Persia, 
1864, .399 ; ' Viaggir) in Persia,' 1866, 
413; death of, 1867, 384; on the 
works of, 1868,342. 



42 



Finches, Bartlett's " Monograph of the,' 
announced 1885, 330; 1888, 280, 
noticed 1888, 360; 1890,248. 

Fin-foot, on the osteology, pterylosis, 
and muscular anatomy of the Ame- 
rican, 189-?, 30. 

Finisterre Mountains, jVew Guinea, de- 
scription of two new birds from the, 
1894,548. 

Finland, on the birds of, 1861, 109. 
305 ; 1870, 132, 148; on the Anseridse 
of, noticed 1871, 449 ; Mela's ' Verte- 
brated Animals of,' noticed 1883, 
217. 

Finmark, Sommerfelt's list of the birds 
of East, 1865, 104. 

Finn, F., notes on birds observed 
during a collecting expedition to 
Eastern Africa, 1893, ^-•^• 

Finsch, O., on the Parrots of the Zoo- 
logical Gardens, Amsterdam, 1863, 
225 ; ' Index ad Oaroli Luciani Bona- 
parte Conspectum Generum Avium,' 
1865, 532; ' Psittacidffi,' 1868, 112; 
1869, 223; on the birds of New Zea- 
land, 1869, 379; 1871, 431; 1873, 
447 ; on Sharpe's ' Monograph of the 
Alcedinidaj,' noticed 1871, 431 ; on a 
new species of Penguin, noticed 1871, 
431 ; on a collection of birds from 
Trinidad, noticed 1871, 431 ; on 
birds from North-west Mexico, no- 
ticed 1871, 432; on a new species of 
Ptilotis, noticed 1871, 432; on birds 
from North-east Abyssinia and the 
Bogos country, with notes by W. Jesse, 
noticed 1871, 432; on two species 
of Charadrius, 1872, 144; 1873,447; 
monograph of the genus Certhiola, 
noticed 1872, 426 ; ornithological 
literature of, 1873,431; remarks on 
a species of Chettusia, noticed 1873, 
447 ; on the ornithology of Samoa, 
noticed 1873. 447 ; on birds from the 
China-Japanese coast, noticed 1873, 
448; on a cullection of Australian 
birds, noticed 1873, 448 ; on the 
ornithology of North-west America, 
noticed 1873, 448; on a new species 
of Coryllis, 1874,206; on two New- 
Zealand Penguins, 1875, 112 ; on 
Chalcopelia brehmeri, 1875, "i^>7 ; 
letters from Western Siberia, 1877, 
48 ; on collections from Siberia, no- 
ticed 1877,486; on Ploceus russi and 
Pytelia melba, 1878, 376 ; on the 
Bremen Museum, 1878, 491; letter 
on Larus affinis, 1879, 111 ; on his 
expedition to the North Pacific, 1879, 
114; ornithological letter from, 1879, 
490; letters from the Pacific, 1880. 



75, 218, 329, 429; 1881, 102, 245, 
532; 1882. .391 ; 'Ornithology of 
the Pacific Islands,' Part ii., noticed 
1877, 123; 'Journey to Western Si- 
beria,' noticed 1880, 242 ; on birds of 
Western Siberia, noticed 1880, 473; 
on Petroeca kleinschmidti and Ptilotis 
xanthophrys, noticed 1881, 159 ; 
news of, 1881, 497; 1882, 348, 012 ; 
1883, 584; 1885, 339, 463; letter 
confirming the death of collector 
Kleinachmidt, and giving information 
about his intended movements, 1881, 
610 ; on a new Reed -Warbler from 
tlie Island of Nawodo, or Pleasant 
Island, 1883, 142 ; letter on the 
specific validity of Struthio molybdo- 
ph;ines, 1884, 352; on the birds of 
the South Pacific, noticed 1884, 455; 
on two new species of birds from 
New Ireland, 1886, 1 ; on the birds 
of Snares Islands, 1888, 307 ; Voyage 
of the 'Samoa,' noticed 1889, 385; 
letter on the method of snaring Birds- 
of-Paradise in New Guinea, 1893, 
463 ; on a new Rail from the Pacific 
Islands, noticed 1894, 556. 

Finsch, O., and Hartlaub, G., ' Ornitho- 
logie Centralpolynesiens,' 1867, 245; 
1S68, 107; 'Ornithology of East 
Africa,' 1870, 127, 512 ; 1871, 443 ; on 
Lobiospiza notabilis, noticed 1871, 
442 ; on birds from Savi and Rara- 
tonga Islands, noticed 1872, 434; on 
Giebel's ' Thesaurus Ornithologiaj, ' 
noticed 1873, 448; on birds from 
Pelew and Mackenzie Islands, no- 
ticed 1873, 457. 

, and Meyer, A. B., on Paradise- 
birds, 1886, 193,237; on Hunstein's 
birds from New Guinea, noticed 
1886, 367. 

Fiore, C. de, on the Calabrian Avifauna, 
noticed 1891, 613. 

Fischer, V., and Pelzeln, A. v., on the 
birds of Jan Mayen, noticed 1887, 
106. 

Fischer, G., paper on Celebean birds, 
noticed 1878, 377. 

Fischer, G. A., on the discoveries of, in 
East African ornithology, 1883, 583; 
on the East African collections of, 
1884, 124; on the birds of Masai-land, 
noticed 1885, 226; death of, 1887, 
128. 

, and Reichenow, A., list of birds 

obtained or observed in Zanzibar, 
noticed 1879, 355; on a third col- 
lection of birds from East Africa, 
noticed 1881, 283; on birds from 
Masai-land, noticed 1884, 339. 



43 



Fischer, J. v., ou the birds of the 
vicinity of St. Petersburg, noticed 
i87i,-434; 1873,448. 

Fischer, S. C. H., articles of, in Kroyer's 
Tidsskrift, noticed 1862, 382; 1863, 
47U ; on Lams rossi in the Faeroes, 
1865, 103; on breeding of the Nut- 
cracker, 1865, 2'Hi. 

Fislier, A. K., ' Hawks and Owls of the 
United Slates,' noticed 1893. .">78 ; 
ou the birds of the Death-Valley 
Expedition, noticed 1893, 580. 

Fisheries Exhibition, ou the birds ex- 
hibited at the, 1883, o4(>, 578. 

Fitzgerald, ^Y. R., letter on Huhua ni- 
palensis, 1878, 111). 

Flamingo, on the two South African 
species of, 1865, 64 ; on a new species 
of, 1868, 495; on the bills of the 
species of, 1869, 438; on the nidifi- 
cation of the, in France, 1870, 439; 
on the breeding-habits of, 1888, 150; 
Flamingoes on the nest, figured 
1884, pi. iv. ; on the manas of, 1889, 
183. 

Fiainmea. on the specific name, as ap- 
pHed to Strix, 1886, 377. 

Flight, Pettigrew's ' Flight in the Ani- 
mal Kingdom.' 1868, 47t5 ; of the 
Albatross, 1870, 122, 523 ; 1872,438; 
of birds, 1870, 2(1(), 516 ; 187 1, 450, 
473; 1872, 139, 414; 1873, 4C.7 ; 
1889, 114; of Larus dominicanus, 
noticed, 1873,463; of the Accipitres, 
noticed 1894, 557. 

Flightless birds, notes on, noticed 1889, 
562. 

■ Flintshire,' Dobie's ' Birds of,' noticed 
1894, 555. 

Florence Museum, remarks on the 
mounted birds in the, 1893, 444. 

Flores, on birds from, noticed 1892, 
331 ; 1893, 129; 1894,4.35. 

Florida, on the birds of, 1862, 127, 
197; 1873, 323; 1892, 293; Allen's 
' Mannnals and Winter Birds of,' 
noticed 1872. 189; on a new Hawk 
from, noticed 1885, 448 ; on the 
birds of Dry Tortugas, noticed 1891, 
286 ; on the birds of the Caloosa- 
hatchie region, noticed 1893, 148. 

Florisuga, on the genus, noticed 1880, 
240. 

Flower, W. H., on the skeleton of Casu- 
arius australis, noticed 1872, 426; 
on a collection arranged to illustrate 
the general characters of the etigs of 
birds, 1894, it51 ; on the arrangement 
of Museums, noticed 1894, 556. 

Flycatcher, on the distribution of the 
Pied, 1 866, 323 ; on three new species 



of, 1890, 205 ; ou new species of 
Hyliota, 1892, 373 ; on two new 
species of, froui Negros, 1891, 4(5; 
on two new Costa Rican species of, 
noticed 1893, 129. 

FIv River, on the birds of the, 1877, 
363; 1879,482. 

Fontaine, A. de la, on ti)e birds of 
Luxemburg, 1866, 210; 1867, 244. 

Foochow, on the birds ol', 1861. 2(»2 ; 
1862, 25;;; 1887, 215, 469; 1892, 
400,477; 1894, 215; on Megalsema 
versicolor in, 1893, 277. 

Foot, on the structure of the, of various 
birds, noticed 1872, 450; on varia- 
tions from the normal structure of 
the birds', 1882, 386; of the young 
of lynx torquiUa, 1890,411; on the 
development of the feet of Oypselus 
nielba, i 890, 196. 

Forbes, H. O., news of, 1883, 130, 583; 
1884, 359; 1886, 101, 385; new 
expedition to NewGuinea, 1885, 339 ; 
'Naturalist's Wanderings in tlie 
Eastei'n Archipelago,' noticed 1885, 

444 ; on birds collected in Sumatra, 
1883, 235 : on attempts to reach the 
Owen Stanley Peak, noticed 1889, 
118 ; on the disappearance of the 
Moa, noticed 1892, 334; on Avian 
remains from Timaru, noticed 1892, 
564 ; return to P^ngland of, 1892,586; 
on additions to the Extinct Avifauna 
of New Zealand, noticed 1893, 133; 
on a species of Platycercus from Anti- 
podes I.sland, noticed 1893,133; note 
on Cabalus modestus, 1893, 253, 255; 
exhibition of and remarks on the 
osteoiogical remains of birds from 
the Chatliam Islands, and description 
of the new genera Diaphorapteryx 
and Palseocorax, 1893, 2.54 ; letter 
on the identity of Uyanorhamphus 
erythrotis and C. hochstetteri, 1893, 
280; exhibition of the eggs of some 
rare Cliatham Islands' birds, 1893, 
445; exhibition of the adults and 
young ol' Oabalus modestus, 1893, 

445 ; note discarding the new genus 
Diaphorapteryx, 1893, "^•^*J ! exhibition 
of the tibia of Paheocasuarius and 
description of two )iew .species, 1893, 
4.50; a list of the birds iidiabiting 
tiie Chatham Islands, 1893, 521 ; 
note on Gallinago chathamica, 1894, 
295. 

Forbes, S. A., and Ridgway, R., ' Tiic 
Qrnithologv of Illinois,' noticed 1 890, 
455. 

Forbes, W. A., on the genus Eclectus, 
1877, 274; on the nesting of Plataleu 



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leucorodia, 1877, 412; letter on some 
species of G-arrulus, 1878, 491 ; on 
Coracopsis mascarina, 1879,308; re- 
marks on Dr. Gadow's papers on the 
digestive system of birds, 1880, 234; 
expedition to Brazil, 1880, 378; on 
Prof. Garrod's contribution to the ana- 
tomy and classification of birds, 1881, 
1 ; letter from, containing a list of the 
" desiderata " for the ' Anatomy of 
Birds,' 1 88 1, 174; on eleven weeks 
in North-eastern Brazil, 1881, 312; 
Garrod's collected papers, noticed 
1882, 166; on the variations from the 
normal structure of the foot in birds, 

1882, 386 ; on a new species of Hemi- 
pode from New Britain, 1882, 428; 
report on the anatomy of the Tubi- 
nares, noticed 1882, 6(X); zoological 
expedition up the Niger, 1883, 128, 
234; the last journal of, 1883, 494 ; 
death of, 1883, 385 ; list of papers of, 

1883, 387 ; final idea as to the classi- 
fication of birds, 1884, 119; ' Scien- 
tific papers of,' noticed 1886, 83; on 
the birds collected in the Niger 
region by, 1883, .538. 

'Forest Creatures,' Boner's, 1862, 178. 

Formicarius, revision of the genus, no- 
ticed 1 89+, 442. 

Formosa, on the birds of, i860, 186, 
357; 1863,198,250,377; 1864,361, 
424,425, 427, 428; 1866. 129, 292, 
392; 1877, 473: 1893, 469; on a 
new species of Bulbiil from, 1894. 
120. 

Forth (Firth of), on Sea- Gulls in the. 
1873,332. 

Fossil birds : Milne-Ed wards's ' Oiseaux 
Fossiles de la France,' 1867, 242; 
1868, 220; 1869, 218: 1870, 510': 
Milne-Edwards's ' Oiseaux Fossiles,' 
1870, 611 ; Milne-Edwards on, 1870, 
511 ; 1873, 469 ; on a fossil Penguin, 
1870, 523 ; at Steinheim, noticed 
1871,434; of the United States, no- 
ticed 1871, 450; of Bourbon, noticed 
1871,453 ; found in Belgium, noticed 
1873, 434; descriptions of Hesper- 
ornis and other, noticed 1873,467; 
on fossil Asiatic Ostriches, 1880, 251 ; 
from Brazil, noticed 1888, 282 ; 
British, 1891, 381; in the Dublin 
Museum, noticed 1891, 456; in the 
British Museum, noticed 1891,456; 
recent researches in, 1892, 474 ; from 
Oregon, noticed 1892, 574; 1893, 
270; of North America, noticed 1 892, 
343. 

Foster, L. S., the published writings of 
G. N. Lawrence, noticed 1893, 455. 



Fouutaine, E., on the nesting of a pair 
of Eagle Owls in confinement, 1859, 
273, 473. 

Fowl (Domestic), on the modern breeds 
of the, 1890,304. 

Fowler, W. W,, on the Marsli -Warbler 
in Oxfordshire and Switzerland, no- 
ticed 1894, 305. 

'Fox,' ornithological notes of the, i860, 
165. 

Fraas, O., on fossil birds at Steinheim, 
noticed 1871, 434. 

France : Jaubert and Barthelemy-La- 
pommeraye's ' Richesses Ornitholo- 
giques du Midi de la,' 1859, 201 ; 
1 86 1 , 304 ; 1 864, 396 ; ornithological 
experiences in, 1864, 135 ; Milne- 
Edwards's ' Recherches pour servir a 
I'histoire de la faune ornithologique 
Fran^aise,' 1866, 413; 1872, 423; 
Milne-Edwards's ' Oiseaux fossiles de 
la,' 1867.242; 1868,220; 1869,218; 

1870, 510; on Pelecanus onocrotalus 
in Northern, 1869, 4()2; on the birds 
of, noticed 1884, 10.3; on rare birds 
of the North of, noticed 1890, 122; 
on Pallas's Sand-Grouse in the North 
of, noticed 1890, 250 ; Deyrolle's 
Birds of, noticed 1892,449; on the 
distribution of birds in, 1893, 448. 

Francolin, on the supposed extinction 
of the, in Europe, 1862, 352; 1863, 
113, 116 ; on the extinction of the, in 
Sicily, 1872, 80; on new and rare 
species of, 1890, 345; on some new 
African species of, 1891, 123; re- 
view of the genera Francolinus and 
Pternistes, 1892, 32 ; monograph 
of the Francolins, noticed 1892, 
461. 

Frank, G. A., death of, 1880, 378. 

Frankfort, on the breeding of Cormo- 
rants in the Gardens at, noticed 

1871, 464 ; on a male Oidenda nigra 
shot near, noticed 1873, '^79 ; on the 
breeding of Bolborhynchus monachus 
in the Gardens at, noticed 1873, 480; 
on ornithology at, 1894, 106. 

• Franklin County,' Butler's ' Birds of,' 

noticed 1886, 516. 
Frantzius, Br. v., extract from letter 

from, on Tetragonops frantzii, 1865, 

551. 
Fraser, L., proceedings of, in Ecuador, 

1859, 113 ; letters from, on his travels 

in Ecuador, 1859, 208; i860, 192; 

on an earthquake, 1859, 332, 462; 

on birds collected by, 1859, 319. 
, and Jameson, W., notes on the 

Humming-birds of Ecuador, 1859, 

.309. 



45 



Fraser, T., description of the Earus- 
clough Moa Cave, noticed 1873, 
449. 

Fraueufeld, G. E.. on a newly found 
picture of the Dodo and the Toule 
rouge (_Aphanapteryx), 1868, 48U ; on 
birds that should be preser\ed in 
Austria, noticed, 18-1, 4li-i ; "Die 
Vogelschutz,' noticed 1872,426; 'Die 
Frage des Vogelschutzes," noticed 
1873,449. 

Freeman, Gr. E., and Salvin, F. H.. 
' Falconry,' i860, 88. 

Freke, V. E., on birds found in Europe 
and Jsorth America, noticed 1881, 
159. 

Frenzel, A., on the genus Coryllis, 
noticed 1880, 369, 

Freyberg, Barm von, on the quantity 
of food needed daily by young Cuc- 
koos, noticed 1873, 449. 

Friesen, J. 0. v., review of Swedish 
ornitlaological literature, 1863, 467. 

Frigate-bird, on the nesting of tJie, 
1859, 150. 

' FringillidsE,' Eartlett's ' Monograph 
of the,' announced, 1885, 330; 1888, 
286, noticed 1888, 360; 1890, 248. 

Frisian ornithology, Durniord on 
>'orth-, 1874, .".91. 

Fritsch, A., ' ^N'aturgeschichte der Vogel 
Europa's,' 1862, 295; 1871, 444; 
1872, 427; 'Die Vogel Bohmens,' 
noticed 1872, 427; 1873, 449. 

Frivaldszkv, J., 'Aves Hungarica?,' no- 
ticed 1892, 334. 

Fruit-Pigeons of the genus Treron, 
notes on the, 1863, 318. 

Fulicaritv, Catalogue of the, in the 
British Museum, noticed 1894, 443. 

Funk Island, on remains of the Great 
Auk from, 1865, 116 ; on an expedi- 
tion to, noticed 1891, 281. 

Fiubringer, M.,' The Anatomy of Birds,' 
noticed 1888, 483; 1892, 167; paper 
on IStringops and lynx, iioticed 1890, 
373; on the systematic position of 
Hesperornis, noticed 1891,449. 

Furnarius, Pelzeln on the genus, 1881, 
402. 

Furt Lake, on migrants cb.Krved at, 
noticed 1873, '^■^' 



G. 



Ghiboon, on the birds of the, noticed 
1880, 245. 

Oadow, 11., remarks on his pajjcrs on 
the digestive organs of birds, i88o, 
234 ; on the myology of the Eatitie, 



noticed 1881, 478; ' Catalogue of the 
birds in the British Museum," noticed 
Vol. VIII., 1883, 5li7: Vol. I.\., 
1884, 340; ' Bronn's Thier-Eeich.' 
Aves, noticed 1886, 84; 1894, 124; 
letter containing desiderata for his 
work on the anatomy of birds, 1886, 
205 ; on the structure and systematic 
position of I'edionomus torquatus, 
noticed 1892, 451 ; on the crop and 
sternum of Opisthocomus cristatus, 
noticed 1892, 565. 
Gadow, H., and Newton, A.,' Dictionary 
of Birds,' noticed 1893, 584; 1894, 
128. 

, and Newton, E., on additional 

bones of the Dodo and other extinct 
birds from Mauritius, noticed 1893, 
684. 
Gaillard, A., translation of Meve.s's 
Ornithology of Jemtlaud, 1865, 224. 
' Gairloch in North-west Eosshire,' 

Dixon's, noticed 1887, 460. 
Galapagos Islands, on birds from the, 
noticed 1871,4(^7; 1872,462; 1890, 
257 ; visit of T. Wolf to the, noticed 
1880,373. 
Galbulidre, Sclater's ' Monograph oC 
the,' noticed 1880, 142, 372; 18S1. 
I(i7, 604; 1882,607. 
Galeoscoptes, on the genus, 1864, 406 ; 

1866,121. 
Galliuacea3, on the osteology of the, 
1865, 100; on the morphology of 
the, noticed 1891, 618. 
' Galling in the British Museum,' 

Gray's 'List of,' 1868, 99. 
Gallino-Grallina\ an attempt to diag- 
nose the suborders of the, by ostco- 
logical characters alone, 1888, 415. 
Gallinules of Japan, Stejneger on the, 

noticed 1887, ^59. 
Gambia, on the ornithology of the, 

1892, 215. 
Game-birds: Lloyd'.s 'Game-birds and 
Wildl'owl of kSweden and Norway,' 
1867, .■)72 ; on the breeding of, in 
captivity, noticed 18/2,442; Hume 
and Marshall's 'Game-birds of India,' 
announced 1877,259; noticed 1880, 
242; 188 1,480 ; remarks on the classi- 
fication of the, 1893, 2(')5 ; exhibition 
of some rare species of, 1893, 441; 
Millais's ' Game-Birds and iShooting- 
Sketches,' noticed 1892, 453; in the 
British Museum, noticed 1894, 369; 
letter on the review of the British 
Museum Catalogue of the, 1894,570. 
Gannel, Cunningham on the, 1866, 1 ; 
on the Bass Bock, noticed 1879, 
478. 



4n 



' Gardens of the Sun.' Biirbidge's, 
noticed i88i,2Sl. 

Garefowl, sec Auk (Great). 

Garlepp, G., on birds from Brazil and 
North Peru, noticed 1890, 111, 372 : 
news of, in Bolivia, 1894, \W. 

Garman, S., on the use of Polynomials 
in Zoology, noticed 1885. 31o. 

Garrod, A. H., on some cranial peeu- 
harities of the ^Yoodpecker, 1872, 
357 : 1873, 450 ; on the mechanism 
of the gizzard in birds, noticed 1873, 
449 ; on the anatomy of the Huia 
bird, noticed 1873, 449; on the 
tongue of Nestor, noticed 18-3, 449; 
death of, 1880. 146; remarks on his 
papers on the anatomy of birds, 
1880, 234: 1881, 1; announcement 
of a memorial to, 1880, 383 ; Forbes's 
' Garrod's Collected Papers,' noticed 
1882, 16fi. 

, and Darwin, F., notes on an 

Ostrich living in the Zoological 
Gardens, noticed 1873, 450. 

' Gatherings of a Naturalist,' Bennetts, 

1861,197. 
Giitke, H., on captures of birds in 
Heligoland, 1859, 459; 1879, 378; 
extract of letter from, on birds ob- 
served in Heligoland, 1862, 390; 
letter on Larus afRnis in Heligoland, 

1878, 489 ; letter on a Phylloscopus 
obtained in Heligoland, 18-9, 102; 
letter on Phylloscopus viridanus and 
Anas spectabilis. 1879, --f* ; record 
of Emberiza melanocephala and of 
Falco rufipes having been seen in 
Heligoland, 1879, 3S8; letter on a 
new species of Phylloscopus (P. new- 
toni\ 1889, 578; note on the 
collection of, 1890,468: 1891, 299; 
' The Birds of Heligoland,' noticed 
1891, 613; list of birds recorded 
from Heligoland by, 1892, 1. 

' Gazelle,' on the ornithological results 
of the expedition of the, noticed 1877, 
239; 1891,289. 

Geary, G.,' Asiatic Turkey,' remarks on, 

1879, 120. 

Gecinus, on the genus, 1888, I, 153. 

Gegenbaur, C., on the pelvis of birds, 
noticed 1872, 427; on the muscles 
of the beaks of birds, noticed 1872,427. 

Geoffroy St.-Hilaire, A., on the 
Humming-birds of Bogota, 1862, 
188; on Lophophorus Ihuysi, 1867, 
243 ; on the reproduction of birds 
in the Jardin d'Acdimatation, Paris, 
noticed 1871, 435. 

Geographical Distribution, .see Distribu- 
tion. 



Georgia, on the birds of South, noticed 

1885,319; 1891,463. 
Geothlypis. on the genus, 1872, 147. 
Gera, on birds found breeding near, 

noticed 1873, 466. 
Gerbe, Z., and Degland,C. D.,'Ornitho- 

logie Europeenne,' 1867, 240. 
German Ornithological Society, Meet- 
ings of the, 1862. 82: 1870. 130; 
1873,429,445; 1894,745. 
Germany, Grassner's ' Vogel Deutsch- 
lands,' i860, 189; Naumann's 
'Vcigel Deutschlands,' noticed 1862, 
40 : Borggreve's ' Birds of North,' 
1870, 128; 1871, 444: 1872, 417; 
Koch's ' Synopsis der Vogel Deutsch- 
lands,' noticed 1872, 439; on the 
Sylviidse of Central, noticed 1872, 
439 : on the early arrival of Swallows 
in, noticed 1873, 469 ; ' Riesenthal's 
' German Birds of Prey,' noticed 
1877, 119; Homeyer's 'German 
Mammals and Birds,' noticed 1877, 
380 ; report of the Comruittee on 
the Observing-stations for German 
Birds, noticed 1883, 109, .381 ; 1886, 
273; 1889, 125; report of the 
German Committee on the migration 
of birds, noticed 1884, 344; on 
changes in the avifauna of, 1887, 
354 ; on birds at the German Light- 
stations, noticed 1892,329; on the 
occurrence of Pratincola rubicola in 
N.E., noticed 1893, 270; list of the 
birds of. 1894, 130; remarks on the 
birds of, noticed 1894, 306. 
Gerona, on the ornithology of, noticed 

1885,234. 
Gibraltar, notes on the birds of, 1879, 

342. 
Gibson, E., ornithological notes from 
Buenos Ay res, 1879, 405; 1880, 1, 
153 ; letter correcting an error re- 
specting Lichenops perspicillata and 
Agelffius thilius, 1881, 607 ; notes on 
the birds of Paisandii, Republic of 
Uruguay, 1885, 275. 
Gibson, J., on birds from the Straits of 

Magellan, noticed 1879, 356. 
Giebel, C. G., ' Ornithologischer Thes- 
aurus,' announced 1871. 251, noticed 
18-2, 191 ; 1873, 448, 4.50, 451; 
on the genus Peltops, noticed 1873, 
451 ; 'Vogelschutzbuch,' noticed 1873, 
451. 
Gigantic birds, of the Mascarene 
Islands, 1866, 146; of South-enst 
Africa, noticed 1873, 444; from 
Brazil, 1882, 321,466 ; of Argentina, 
1893, 40 ; on a new species of, from 
Australia, 1894, 677, 



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Giglioli, H. II., letter from, ou the 
non-migratory habits of Cotyle ru- 
pestris, 1863, 474; on birds observed 
at Pisa and in its neigiibourhood 
during 18(54, 1865, ."1O ; ornitlio- 
logical news from Italy, 1865, 361; 
letters on the ornithology of the 
• Magenta ' voyage, 1868, 4'J7 : 1869, 
•241 ; (m the distribution of Oceanic 
birds, noticed 1872, 427; notes on 
the avifauna of Italy, 1881, 181 ; 
Catalogue offish-eating birds in Italy, 
noticed, 1881, 283; Catalogue of 
Italian birds, noticed 1882, l(i5 ; on 
the Ornithologists' Congress at Vienna, 
noticed 1886, 84 ; ' Avifauna Italica,' 
noticed 1S86, oKi; note on the birds 
of Assab and Shoa, noticed 1888, 
484; on the birds of the voyage of 
the ' Yettor Pisani,' noticed 1889, 
130 ; ornithological investigation of 
Italy : Part I. Avifauna Italica, no- 
ticed 1890, 114; Part II. Avifauna 
Lo'.'ali, noticed 1891, 131 ; Part III. 
Notizie d'Indole generale, noticed 
1891, 614; letter on the Liinosa 
described by Martorelli, 1891, 296. 

-, and Manzella, A., ' Iconografia 

deir Avifauna Italica,' noticed 1880, 
369; 1883,378; 1886, 194; 1893, 
455. 

, and Salvadori, T., on new Pro- 

cellariidte collected during the 
voyage of the 'Magenta,' 1869, 61 ; 
ou new or little-known birds col- 
lected during the voyage of the 
' Magenta,' 1870, 185; 1871, 435 ; on 
two new birds from Cochin China, 
noticed 1885, 450 ; on a new Wood- 
pecker, noticed 1886, 92. 
Gilbert Islands, remarks on the birds 

of the, 1893, 210. 
Gilgit, on the birds of, 1 881, 35, 415, 

567; 1882,266. 
Gillett, G., on the birds of Novaya 

Zemlya, 1870, 303; 1871,435. 
Gillies, T. B., on footprints of the 
Moa at Poverty Bay, noticed 1872, 
428. 
Giraldes, A., catalogue of the birds of 

Portugal, noticed 1884, 4.55. 
Girtanner, A., on Gypaetus alpiinis, 
noticed 1871,436; on ornithological 
explorations in Graubiinden, noticed 
1873,451. 
Gizzard, on the mechanism of the 
bird.s', noticed 1873, 449; on gizzard- 
stones of the Moa, noticed 1893, 
134. 
Glanville, B. J., report on the Albany 
Museum, noticed 1882, 167. 



Glanville, M., catalogue of the Albany 

Museum, noticed 1885, 226. 
Glaser, L., on the usefulness of Pas.ser 

domcsticus, noticed 1873, 452. 
' Glasgow,' ' Proceedings of the Natural 

History Society of,' 1870, 265. 
Glaucidium, on the genus, 1875, 35; 

1876,11. 
Glaucis, on the genus, 1873, 269. 
Globicera, on the subgeuus. noticed 

1879,213,364. 
Goatsucker, on the early appearance of 
the, 1859,208; on the Red-necked, 
in England, 1862, 39; on new species 
of, 1866, 209; 1869,223; 1892,339; 
notes on Goatsuckers, 1892, 274; on 
a new species of, noticed 1892, 
339. 
Gobel, H.,on bii'dsof Southern Russia, 
noticed 1871, 4.36; 1872, 428; on 
Podiceps widhalmi, noticed 1871, 
436 ; on a journey from St. Peters- 
burg to Archangel, noticed 1872, 
428 ; on Aquila pennata and A. mi- 
uuta, noticed 1873, '^^*'-- 
GodefFroy Museum, note on the, 1880, 

380. 
Godman, F. D., note on his visit to the 
Azores, 1865, 240; on the birds of 
the Azores, 1866, 88 ; visit of, to the 
Canary Islands, 1871, 252 ; ' Natural 
History of the Azores,' noticed 1871, 
436 ; ou the birds of Madeira and 
the Canaries, 1872, 1.58, 209; new.s 
of, in Mexico, 1888, 285, 380; notes 
on Mexican birds, 1889, 232; on his 
gift to the National Bird-collection, 
1890, 388 ; exhibition of u curiously- 
coloured egg of the Emu, laid in 
Sussex, 1894, 299. 

, and Godman, P., notes on the 

bii'ds observed at Bodo, 1861, 77. 
, and Salvin, O., news of, in Guate- 
mala, 1862, 96, 195; on birds from 
Colombia, 1879, 196; 1880, 114, 
1(;9; on Otidipliaps regalis from 
S. New Guinea, 1880, ;i64 ; on new 
and little-known Trochilida;, 1881, 
595; on birds from British Guiana, 
1882,76; 1883,203; 1884,443; 'Bio- 
logia Centrali-Aniericaua,' noticed, 
i8fo, 133; 1881, 160; 1882, 460; 
1883. 378; 1884, 207; 1885, 227; 
1887, 107; 1888, 271; 1S91, 276, 
449; 1892, 168, 451, .565; 1893, 
1.34, 267 ; discovery and description 
ofa new Bird-oC-raradise, 1883, 131, 
199 ; letter on Phouipara plueoptila 
and P. fumosa, 1885, 118; on the 
gift of the collection of, to the British 
Museum, 1885, 236; notes on 



48 



Mexican birds, 1889, 232; on a new 
species of Plieucticus, 1891, 272; 
descriptions of five new species of 
birds discovered in Central America 
bv W. B. Richardson, 1891, 608; on 
a collection of birds from Central 
Nicaragua, 1892, 324. 
Godman, P., and Godman, F. D., notes 
ou the birds observed at P>od6, 1861, 
77. 

Godwin-Austen, H. H., lists of bii-ds 
obtained in the Khasi and North 
Cachar Hills, noticed 1871, 437; 
1873, 452; exploration of Tenasserim, 
announced, 1877, 259; list of birds 
from the North-east frontier of India, 
noticed 1877, 385; on three now 
species of birds of the genera Pel- 
lorneum, Actiinn-a, and Pomatorhinus 
from Assam, noticed 1878,105; on 
some species of Pellorneum, Pomato- 
rhinus, and a variety of Chleuasicus 
ruficeps, noticed 1878, 105; remarks 
on four skins of Indian birds, 1878, 
115; on Turdinus nagaensis and 
Staphidia plumbeiceps, noticed 1878, 
198 ; letter on Anorhinus, 1 878, 20(i ; 
letter on Ceriornis blvthi, 1878, 206; 
list of birds from North-east India, 
noticed 1879, 94 ; letter on Hirundo 
tytleri, 1882, 345 ; ou the collection 
of birds of, 1893, 157. 

, and Waklen, Lord, on supposed 

new species of birds, 1875, 2.50. 

Goeldi, A. E., on the nesting of Phiba- 
lura flavirostris and Lochmias nema- 
tura, 1894, 484. 

Goering, A., on Steatoi-nis, 1870, 522; 
on the birds collected in Venezuela 
by, noticed 1871, 468. 

Gold Coast, on bird-collecting on the, 
1872, 281; on the ornithology of 
the, 1872, 66, 181 ; 1873, 484 ; 1874, 
43. 

Goldfinch, on the habits of the, 1866, 
212. 

Goldie, A., on collections made by, in 
the Astrolabe Mountains, noticed 
1883, 115; 1885, 115. 

Gomez, R., letter on Fringilla teydea 
nesting in Tenerife, 1889, 260. 

Goniaphea, on the generic term, 1882, 
182. 

Goodchild, J. G., note on the occur- 
rence of the Iceland Falcon in West- 
moreland, noticed 1882, 601, on 
crested Birds of Prey, noticed 1891, 
4.50 ; on the cubibxl coverts of the 
Euornithre, noticed 1891, 4.50. 

Goodhue, D., on the birds of Vermont, 
noticed 1872, 428. 



Goodwin, A. P., notes on the Paradise- 
birds of British New Guinea, 1890, 
150. 

Goose, notes on the Solan, 1866, 1 ; on 
hybrids in the Anatida?, 1869, 127; 
on the meaning of the name Grey 
Lag Goose, 1870. 301 ; on the classi- 
fication of the American Anserina;, 
noticed 1871, 419; exhibition of a 
hybrid, 1893, 265. 

Gordon, W. J., ' Our Counti-y's Birds,' 
noticed 1893, 456. 

Goshawk, on the occurrence of tlie, in 
England, 1859, 206. 

Goss, N. S., ' Catalogue of the birds of 
Kansas,' noticed 1884, 341; 'Birds 
of Kansas,' noticed 1891, 451. 

Gothenburg, Fauna of, noticed 1878, 
192 ; list of duplicates in the Museum 
of, noticed 1881, 482. 

Gough Islands, on a new Gallinule 
from, noticed 1893, 125. 

Gould, J., ' Monograph of the Tro- 
gonidie,' noticed 1 859, 99 ; 1 870, 1 18 ; 
' Monograph of the Trochilidte,' no- 
ticed 1859, 99, 4.54; 1862, 72: 
supplement, 1880, 379, 474; 1882', 
167; 18S3, 214; 1885, 316; 1887, 
289, 3.52; 'Birds of Asia,' noticed 
1859,100,319,454; 1865,220; 1866, 
409; 1867, 371; 1868, 217, 472; 
1870, 119; 1871, 437; 1872, 188, 
428; 1873, 453; 1874, 452; 1877, 
377; 1878, 109; 1880, 135; 1881, 
160; 1882, 461; 1883, 379; 1884, 
49, 101 ; ' Birds of Australia,' supple- 
ment, noticed 1859,4,54; 1868, 217; 
1870, 119; on the occurrence of the 
Goshawk in England, 1859,206; on 
four new Humming-birds, 1859, 4.56 ; 
letter from, on the Chiff-chaff in Nor- 
way, 1861, 112; 'Birds of Great 
Britain,' noticed 1862, 392; 1863, 
102; 1864, IK); 1865, 98, 526; 

1867, 237; 1868, 216; 1869, 108; 

1870, 120; 1871, 437; 1872, 428; 
1873,453; 1874,172; letter from, on 
the capture of a specimen of Musci- 
capa parvain the Scilly Is., 1864, 130; 
on Anthus spinoletta near Brighton, 
1865, 114; 'Handbook to the Birds 
of Australia,' noticed 1865, 239; 1866, 
111; letter on ^Fgithaliscus anophrys, 

1868, 250; letter on occurrence near 
Brighton of Emberiza melanoce))liala 
and Turdusatrigularis, 1869, 128 ; on 
a collection of Humming-birds from 
Ecuador, noticed 1 87 1 , 438 ; on a new 
species of Pigeon, noticed 1871, 438 ; 
on a new species of Seisura, noticed 

187 1, 437 ; on a new Humming-bird 



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from Juan Fernandez, noticed 1871, 
437 ; on a skin of Musopliaga rcssi;v, 
noticed 1S72, 429; description of 
Chrysoena victor, noticed 1872, 429 ; 
on a new Iluniining-bird of the genus 
Spathura, noticed 1872, 429 ; on two 
new Australian bird?;, noticed 1872, 
429; description of Pitta arquata, 
noticed 1872, 429; on Boss's gull, 
noticed 1873, 453; description of 
Oreocincla iodura, noticed 1875, 
4.03 ; on two new species cf birds, 
noticed 1873, "l'"'"^ > '^^ o*^^^' species of 
Iluiuming-birds. noticed 1873, 453, 
454; 'Introduction to the Birds of 
Great Britain,' noticed 1874, 450; 
■ Birds of Xew Guinea,' noticed 1877, 
377 ; 1878, 1U9 ; 1879, 94, 35G ; i88c, 
134, 475: 1882, 1(58, (iOl ; 1883, 
568 ; 1884, 208, 341 ; 1885, 227, 315 ; 
1886, 194; 1887, 108; i888, 271; 
1889,247; on Cbianiydodera orien- 
talis. noticed 1880, 134; on two new 
Humming-birds from Bolivia, noticed. 
1880, 475; death of, 1881, 288; on 
tbe works and collections of, 1881, 
497 ; ' Introduction to the Birds cf 
Asia,' noticed 1 884, 49 ; Waterhouse's 
' Dales of publication of Gould's 
Works,' noticed 1886, 97; Sharpe's 
' Index to the works of,' noticed 1S93, 
401. 

Goura, on a new subspecies of, noticed 
1893, 583. 

Gozo, on the birds of, 1864, 42, 137, 
291; 1865, 459; 1867, 2o9 ; 1869, 
245; 1870,488; 1874,223. 

Graaf, H. W. dc, letter on the oc ur- 
rence of Xunienius tenuirostris and 
Glareola pratincola in Holland, 1893, 
150. 

Grabowsk)-, F. J., on the collections of, 
from Borneo, noticed 1885, 222. 

Gracula, on the genus, 1863, 224; on 
tlie species of, noticed 187 i, 4()4. 

Griiffe, E., on tJie birds of the Tonga 
Islands, noticed 1871, 439. 

Grakles of the subgenus Quiscalus, 
noticed 1892, 563; on Tristram's 
Grakle in captivity, 1893, 476. 

Grallaria, on the genus, 1877, 437. 

' Grampus,' cruise of the, noticed 1891, 
284 ; Explorations in JSewfouiidhuid 
and Labrador of the, noticed 1S92, 
453. 

Gran Canaria, ornithological notes 
from, 1889, 13. 

Grand Comoro Islands, on tlie birds of, 
noticed, 1888, 135. 

Grandidier, A., Observations on the 
Egg-beds of yEpyornis, 1868, 65; 



on birds of Madagascar, 1868, 
223 ; descriptions of new animals 
discovered in Madagascar, noticed 
1871, 439; on Phodilus soumagnei, 
noticed 1879, 95. 

Grandidier, A., and Milne-Edwards, A., 
' Madagascar,' birds, noticed 1878, 
189; 1S80, 136; 1887, 110; observa- 
tions on -Epj'ornis, noticed 1S94. 307, 

Grant, W., ' IBirds found in Malta and 
Gozo,' 1867, 239. 

Grant, W. R. O., on the genus Plataloa, 
with a description of a new species 
from New Guinea, 1889, 32; on the 
genus Turnix, i^^g, 44(i ; note on 
Turnix beccarii, 1S90, 344; on some 
new and rare Francolins, 1890, 345 ; 
notes on soine birds obtained at 
Madeira, Deserta Grande, and Porto 
Santo, 1890,438; on some new Fran- 
colins and a new Hornbill discovered 
by Mr. F. J, Jackson in Eastern 
Africa, 1891, 123; letters on errors 
in his ])aper on the birds of Madeira, 
1891,469, 625; letter on the ditfer- 
enee in plumage of the nuile and 
female Turnix nigricoUis, 1892, 346 ; 
on the gallinaceous genera Bambusi- 
cola and Arboricola, 1892, 387; a 
short review of the Francolins belong- 
ing to the genera Francoliuus and 
Pternistes, 1892, 32; 'Catalogue of 
the Picariaj in the British Museum ' 
(Bucerotes and Trogones), noticed 

1892, 572; description of a new 
species of Caloperdix, 1893, 117; 
diagnosis of Caloperdix sumatrana, 
189], 118; rpmarks on tlie classifica- 
tion of the Gamc-Birds, and on the 
ch;.nges of the plumage in the Tetrao- 
nid£E, 1893, 265; exhibition ot some 
skins of rare species of Game-Birds, 

1893, 441; on the breeding of the 
8now-Bunting and the Dotterel in 
jjanfi'shire, 1893, 5(i9 ; 1894, 117, 
1.36; 'Catalogue of the Game-Bii'ds 
in tlie British Museum," noticed 1894, 
3(t9 ; on the Crimson-headed Wood- 
Partridge (Hajmatortyx sanguini- 
ceps), 1894, 374; on the Birds of the 
Philippine Islands: Part I, Mount 
Arajat, Central Luzon, 1894, 406; 
Part II. The Highlands of North 
Luzon, 5000 feet, 1894, 501; exhi- 
bition and description of a skin of 
Garrulax waddelli, 1894, 424 ; on a 
new species of Guinea-fowl, 1S94, 
535 ; characters of new species of 
birds from Nortii Luzon, collected by 
J. Whitehead, 1894, 549; letter on 
Mr, Ridgway's review of the ' Cata- 

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50 



logue of Gaine-Birds in the British 
Museum,' 1894, 570. 

Griissner, F., ' Vogel Deutschlands,' 
i860, 189. 

Oraubiinden, on ornithological explora- 
tions in, noticed 1873, 451. 

Gray, G. E., 'List of Parrots,' 1859, 
320 ; ' Catalogue of the Birds of tlie 
Pacific Islands,' i860, 1S5; ' List of 
Birds of New Zealand and the adja- 
cent islands,' 1862, 214; 'Catalogue 
of British Birds,' 1865, 525 ; note on 
Tarsiger cucullatus, 1867, 384 ; ' List 
of Gallinaj in the British Museum,' 
i868, 99 ; on the bills of the species 
of Phffinicopterus, 1869, 438 ; ' Hand- 
list of Birds,' 1869, 464; 1870, 110; 

1 871, 439 ; 1872, 429 ; descriptions of 
new birds from the Solomon and 
Banks's groups of Islands, noticed 
1871,44(1 ; 'Fasciculus of the Birds 
of China,' noticed 1872, 188, 4;;(» ; 
note on Ptilornisalberti, noticed 1 872, 
430 ; description of Caprimulgus 
enarratus, noticed 1872, 430 ; descrip- 
tion of Buceros casuarinus, noticed 

1872, 430; death of, 1875,340; and 
see Gray, J. E. 

Gray, J. E., notice of the death of, 
1875, 525. 

, and Gray, G. K ., ' List of Mammals 

and Birds of New Guinea,' 1859, 200. 

Gray, E., ' Birds of the West of Scot- 
land,' announced 1867, 256; noticed 
1872, 184; 'Birds of Loch Lomond,' 
1867,373; letter on the occurrence 
in Scotland of Astur atricapillus and 
Tutanus chloropygius, 1870, 291 ; on 
Grus pavonina in Scotland, 1872, 
201 ; on Syrrhaptes paradoxus in 
Ayrsiiire, 1872, 335; on Sea-Gulls in 
the Firth of Forth, 1873, 332; on 
eggs of the Great Auk (Alcaimpennis), 
noticed 1882, 461; on rare Scottish 
birds, and on the occurrence of the 
Pin-tail Duck (Dafila acuta) in the 
Outer Hebrides, noticed 1882, 462; 
death of, 1887, 260. 

, and Anderson, T., ' Birds of Ayr- 
shire and Wigtonshire,' noticed 1S70, 
126. 

Grayson, A. J., on the natural history 
of Tres Marias and Socorro, Mexico, 
noticed 1872, 430; 1873,4.54. 

Grebe, on the correct name for the 
Little, 1874,98; on the breeding in 
India of tbe Great Crested, 1892, 
351 ; on the breeding in Eoss-shire of 
the Sclavoiiian, noticed 1893, 133. 

Greece, on the birds of Western, i860, 
378; Lindermayer's' Vogel Griechen- 



lands,' noticed 1861, 108 ; Heldreich's 
'Fauna of,' noticed 1879, 477. 

Green, J. F., ' Ocean Birds,' noticed 
1887,461. 

Greenland, list of birds observed in, 
1861, 1 ; on Oidemia fusca in, noticed 
1879, 362 ; on birds of, noticed 1882, 
466; 1892, 169; Hagerup's 'Birds 
of,' noticed 1892, 169; exhibition of 
an egg of Tringa canutus from Disco, 
1893, 263: on the birds of West, 
noticed 1893, 149; on the birds of 
South, noticed 1893, 581. 

Gregory, J. W., and the Villiers Expe- 
dition, 1893, 161 ; expedition of, to 
Mount Kenia, 1894, 121. 

Gi-enada, Wells's 'List of the birds of,' 
noticed 1887, 118; 'Catalogue of 
the birds of,' noticed 1887, 360; on 
Pufhnus auduboni in, noticed 1889, 
386. 

Grey, Sir G., letter on Dinornis bones, 
noticed 1871, 440. 

Grey-hen, on an albino in male plumage, 
noticed 1891, 459. 

Grey Lag Goose, on the meaning of the 
name of, 1870, 301. 

Grieg, J. A., on a hybrid Grouse (Lago- 
pus urogallo-albus), noticed 1891, 
277 ; on a zoological excursion to 
Husa Island, noticed 1891, 277. 

Grieve, S., on the remains of the Great 
Auk or Garefowl (Alca impennis), 
noticed 1883, 102; 'The Great Auk 
or Garefowl,' announced 1885, 120. 

Griffith, S., on the birds collected bv, 
1872,89. 

Grill, J. W., Victoriu's ' South-African 
Zoological Notes,' 1861, 202. 

Gri-sdale, T., on the birds of Montserrat, 
1882, 485 ; death of, 1883, 392. 

Groom-Napier, C. O., ' Food, Use, and 
Beauty of British Birds,' 1866, 206. 

Grouse, on a new American, 1862, 187 ; 
Elliot's, ' Monograph of the Tetrao- 
ninoe,' 1865, 228, 345; 1866, 213; 
Meyer "s Work on the Grouse-family, 
announced 18S6, 103, noticed 1888, 
135 ; on a new hybrid, noticed 1891, 
277. 

Gruida', «r under Crane. 

Guaeharo, on the shooting of the, in 
Trinidad, 1887, 477; on the i-ange of 
the, in S. America, 1890, 335. 

Guadelupe Island, on the birds of, no- 
ticed 1878, 104; 1888, 132. 

Guatemala, return of Mr. Salvin to, 
1859, 333; on the orniliiology of, 
1859, 466 ; 1 8 60, 28, 99, 1 93, 272, 396 ; 
1863, 239; 1866, 188; 1873, 428; 
1 874, 99, 1 88 ; on the Humming-birds 



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of, i860, 250 ; on the nesting of some 
birds of, 1861, 08; news of Messrs. 
Godman & Salvin in, 1862, i)6, 195 ; 
on the sea-birds and waders of the 
Pacific coast of, 1865, 187; list of 
Boucard's birds from, noticed 1879, 
214 ; notes on three birds from, 1884, 
43 ; on a new Finch from, 1 89 1 , 272. 

Guavaquil, on a new Pigeon n-om, no- 
ticed 1 8 89, 390. 

Guavmas, list of birdsof, noticed 1885,98. 

' Guernsey,' Smitli's ' Birds of,' noticed 
1879,478. 

Guiana, on an unnamed species of Picnm- 
nus from, 1889, 354. 

Guiana (British), Brown's ' Canoe and 
Camp-life in,' noticed 1877, 239; on 
birds from, 18S2, 7(J; 1883, 203; 
1884, 357, 443; 1887, 315; Whitely's 
list of birds from, 1885, 195, 291, 
418; 1886,57, 168, 499; on W. L. 
Sclater's expedition to, 1885, 340; 
on birds of prey of, noticed 1893, 143. 

Guiana (Spanish), on birds from. 187^, 
329. 

Guillemard, F. H. H., ' Cruise of the 
' Marchesa,' noticed 1887,248; orni- 
thological notes of a tour in Cyprus 
in 1887, with a preface by Lord 
Lilford, 1888, 94 ; news of, in Cyprus, 
1888, 286; Cyprus and its birds in 
1888, 18 89, 2U6. 

Guillemoi , on the nesting of the Common, 
on Rociiall, 1889, 135; exhibition 
of a series of eggs of the, 1894, 117. 

Guinea-fowl, on a new species of, 1894, 
535. 

Gular poucli of Bustai'd, notes on tlie, 
1S62, 107; 1865, 143; 1867, 134. 

Gulliyer, G., on thecesopnagus of 1 occus 
melauuleucus, noticed 187^, 454. 

f ruils, mentioned in Pallass ' Zoographia 
Rosso-Asialica,' 1859, 459; revision 
of the North-American, 1863, 108 ; 
on certain Central-. \nierican, 1864, 
387 ; revised list of the Neotropical, 
noticed 1872, 456; in the Firtli of 
Forth, 1873, 332; on specimens of 
Eosb's gull, 1873, 453, 472; 1883, 
233; on thedistributionof, 1879, ^^^' 
1894, 300; on Sabine's gull in the 
Isle of Mull, noticed 1885, 222. 

Gundlach, J., notes on Cuban birds, 
1859, 110; ' Neue Beiti-ige zur 
Ornithologie Cubas,' noticed 1872, 
431; 1873, 455; 'Oruitohigia 
Cubana,' noticed 1879,483; 'Fauna 
Puerto-Riqueiia,' noticed 1881, 478. 

Giinther, A., on a new species of Long- 
tailed Titmouse from Asia Minor, 
1865, 95 ; on a deformed example of 



Cariama cristata, noticed 1873, 455: 
on a Land-Rail (Rallus giilaris, var. 
aldabr.ina) from Aldabra Island, 
noticed 1879, 475; on the Golden 
Oriole feeding on cherries, 1886, 207, 
208 ; on the foot of the young of lynx 
torquilla, 1890, 411. 
Giirney, J. II., on birds received from 
Ibadan, 1859, 152; letter from, on a 
British-killed Goshawk, 1859, 206; 
on the colour of the irides of Milvus 
:egyptius, 1859, 207 ; on the birds of 
Natal, 1859, 234; i860, 203; 1861, 
128; 1862. 25, 149; 1863, 320; 

1864, 346; 1865, 263; i868, 40,460; 
1873, 254; on birds of prey received 
fi'om Bey rout, 1859, 389; on Pel's 
Owl, 1859, 445; 1868, 250; on the 
egg of the Californian Vulture, 1859, 
469 ; on the eggs of the Eared Vul- 
ture and the VV edge-tailed Eagle, 
i86o, 171 ; on the plumage of the 
female of Buteo erythrouotus, i860, 
202; remarks on the Lesser Buzzard 
of South Africa and its congeners, 
1862, 361; further notes on the eggs 
of Vultiir auricularis and Aquila 
audax, 1862, 207; note on tiie Kes- 
trel of Madagascar (Tinnunculus 
newioni), 1863, 34; note on Hirundo 
monteiri, 1863, 116; on Accipiter 
stevensoni, a new species of Hawk 
from China, 1863, 447; letter on 
Accipiter gularis, 186^, 366; note on 
Aquila barthelemyi, 1864, 339; 'Cata- 
logue of the Raptorial Birds in the 
Norfolk aidNorwici Museum,' 1865, 
99 ; letters on species of Accip'ter, 

1865, 23(), 54; ; letter on the occur- 
rence of Hypotriorchis couculor in 
Zambesia, 1866, 127; letters on 
various birds of prey, 1866, 421; 

1867, 4 4 ; letter on the colour of the 
eye in Vultures, 1867, 254; letter on 
the plumage of Hypotriorchis eleo- 
nora?, 1867, 380; letter on the Sea- 
Eagle of Eastern Asia, 1868, 130; 
notes on Layard's ' Birds of South 
Africa,' 1868, 135, 253; note on an 
Indian Eagle, 1868, 352; letter on 
birds of prey of the Philippine Islands, 

1868, 356; on the birds of prey of 
Mudaga.scar, 1869, 443; letter on 
Bubo dilioni, occurrence in northern 
P' ranee of Pelecanus onocrotahis, and 
method of catching Ocydromus, 1869, 
462; letter on some South-African 
birds, 1870, 150; letter on a species 
of Circus fnm the Philippine Kiimds, 
1870, 444; letter on some New- 
Zealand birds of prey, 1870, 534 ; on 

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Cuculus cariorus in Natal, 1871, 103 ; 
on the birds of the Transvaal, 1871, 
147, 252; 1S84, 217; 1885, 341; 
1886,282; 1887, 47; letter on Egyp- 
tian Eaptores, 187 1, 247; on Aquila 
nsevioides in Spain, 1871, 247; on 
Athene noctna from Poena and Otus 
brachyotus from the Sandwich 
Islands, 1872, 83 ; Andersson's ' Birds 
of Damaraland,' announced 1872, 
194, noticed 1873, 91, 455; miscel- 
laneous notes on certain Accipitres 
and Striges, Oreocincla hancii, 
ostrich-farming, and Somateria stel- 
leri, 1872, 327; on certain species of 
Abyssinian birds, noticed 1872, 431; 
on the nostrils of certain Aquilje, 1872, 
472; on Aquila adalherti and its allies, 
T873, 98; on Graculus lucidiis in 
Damaraland, 1873, 232; on Vultnr 
auricularis laying in confinement, 

1873, 324; letter on Circus wolfi, 
T873. 421 ; letter on the Aquila:; of 
S.E. Europe, 1873, 422; letter on 
Oamaroptera from Damaraland, i8"4, 
94; on the Spilornis of Ceylon, 1874, 
181 ; letter on Herodias intermedia, 

1874, 4(i3; letter on Condors, 1875, 
2()9 ; letter on the breeding of the 
Snowy Owl, 1875, 517; notes on 
Sharpe's 'Catalogue of the Accipitres,' 

1875. 87, 221, 353, 468; 1876, 65, 
230, 364, 467; 1877, 209, 325, 418; 
1878, 84, 145, 352, 451; 1879, 71, 
;330, 464; 1880, 195, 312, 462; j88i, 
118, 271, 455,547; 1882, 146, 290, 
436, 519; letter on some species of 
Circus, 1876, 129 ; letter on Accipiter 
TJrgatus and Circus macrosceles, 

1876. 278; letter on Astur rufitorques, 
1876, 384'; letter on Vultur auricu- 
laris, 1877,257; letter on a Falcon 
taken off Socotra, 1877, 397; letter 
correcting an error in the paper on 
Mr. Ayres's collection, 1877, 491 ; 
letter on Buteo desertorum and Acci- 
piter nisus, 1878,118; letter on Iluhua 
nipalensis, 1878, 119; letter on Falco 
peregrinus, 1878, 380; notes upon 
three American raptorial birds, ap- 
parently new, a Micrastur, Moi-phnus, 
and Buteo, 1879, 171 ; notes on an 
unusually rufescent example of Archi- 
buteo hemiptilopus, 1879, 178: letters 
on Urubitinga anthraeina, 1879. -21 ; 
1880, 247 ; on the occurrence of Ninox 
borneensis in Java, and a large form 
of Scops lempiji in Sumatra, 1879, 
470; letter on the plumage of two 
young Nyctea scandiaca, 1880, 144; 
note on Sumatran specimens of Acci- 
piter stevensoni and Scops lempiji, 



1880, 217 ; on the nesting of Nyctea 
scandiaca in confinement, 1880, 471 ; 
list of birds collected at or near Mom- 
basa, East Africa, 1881, 124; 1882, 
71 ; on some Hawks of the subgenera 
Cooperastur and Urospizias, 1881, 
258; note on Onychotes grueberi, 

1 88 1, 396; notes on the raptorial 
birds collected in New Britain by 
Lieut. G. E. Eichards, 1882, 126; 
letter on Urospizias albigularis, 1882; 
179; list of a collection of raptorial 
birds from the neighbourhood of 
Saigon in Cochin China, 1882, 235; 
on some raptorial birds recently ac- 
quired by the Norwich Museiuu, 1882, 
452 ; letter on an instance of partial 
melanism in Pyvonielana franciscana, 
18S2, 471 ; on an Owl from South- 
east New Guinea allied to Ninox terri- 
color, Ramsay, but apparently dis- 
tinct and vmdescribed, 1883, 169; 
letter on Goi'sachius melanolophus 
on the east coast of Ceylon, 1883, 
222 ; letter on the change of colour 
in the Scarlet Ibis, 1883, ^92; on 
some Eastern Owls, 1884, 169; 1885, 
138 ; on the species of the genus Per- 
nis inhabiting Japan. 1884, 275; 
letter on Astur atricapillus and Acci- 
piter candidissimus, 1884,. 349; 'List 
of the Diurnal Birds of Prey,' noticed 
1884, 456; letter on the habits of 
Aquila (Nisaetus) morphnoides and 
Gypoictinia melanosternon, 1884, 
465; letter on the South-African 
Ostrich, 1884, 465; letter on Buteo 
maximus, 1886, 523; on the birds 
collected by W. Ayres in Umziella's 
Country, 1S87, 47; on an apparently 
undescribed Hawk of the Asturine 
subgenus Urospizias, proposed to be 
called Urospizias jardinei, 1887, 96; 
on Falco babylonicus and Fak-o bar- 
bavus, 1887, 158; letter on specimens 
of Limnaetus ceylonensis and Huhua 
nipalensis, 1887, 258 ; on a collection 
of birds from Kroons'ad, Orange 
Fiee State, 1887, .■>24; letter on Acci- 
piter virgatus, 1887, 362; letter on 
Scops brucei, 1888, 145; on an 
apparently undescribed species of Owl 
from Anjouau Island, proposed to be 
called Scops capnodes, 1889, 104; 
letter on Buteo swainsoni, 1889, 134; 
letter containing remarks on some of 
the Raptorial birds referred to in 
'The Ibis,' 1889, p. (ia, 1889, 2.56; 
on an apparently undescribed species 
of Owl from the Liu Kiu (or Loo 
Choo) Island.s, proposed to be called 
Scops pryeri, 1889, 302; letter on the 



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measurements of Falco miuor and 
Circus niacrosceles, 18S9, rlU? ; letter 
containing remarks on the second 
volume of 'Argentine Ornithology,' 

1889, 397; letter on the Rev. E. 
Fitch's birds from Kiliina-njaro, and 
on the difference in size between Asio 
capensis and Otus capensis mnjor, 

1890, 126 : letter on Bubo milesi and 
B. abyssinicus, 1890, 2G2; obituarial 
notice of, 1890, 092: correction in the 
obituarial notice of, 1890, 470; notes 
on Buteo { Onychotes) solitarius, 1 89 1 , 
21: on the colled ion of Raptorial 
Birds of, 1 89 1, ()o2. 

Gurney, J. H., jun., letter on tlie occur- 
rence in England of Hirundo riocouri, 
1866, 423 ; ' Occurrences of the Grey 
Plialarope,' 1868, 101 ; on Algerian 
Ornithology, 1871, G8, 289; 1872, 
431 : i875,"l40; on the Natural His- 
tory of <a tour in Spain and Algeria, 
noticed 1872, 432: letter on a Swallow 
shot in Durham. 1X75,019 ; ' Raudiles 
of a Naturalist,' noticed 1877, 127; 
letter on tlie Loug-lailed Duck, 1877, 
395; on the Glaucous Gull, 1877, 
492 ; notes on the birds of the Fern 
Islands, noticed 1878, 471; on the 
Gannet on the Bass Rock, noticed 
1879, 478: letter on Bernicla rufi- 
collis, 1881,49.'); on the occurrence 
of Charadrius yirginicusin Leadenhall 
Market, 1883, 198; on the Hairy 
variety of the Moorhen, noticed, 
1885, 105; on the Arctic Blue-throated 
Warbler (Erithacus suecica) in Nor- 
folk, noticed 1885, 105; 'Catalogue 
of the birds of Nurfolk,' noticed 1885, 
228 ; on the occasional assumption 
of the male plumage by female birds, 
1888, 226, 495; 'The Misdeeds of 
the House-Sparrow (Passer domesti- 
cus),' noticed 1888, 272; letter on 
the longenty of Porphyrio smarag- 
donotus, 1889, 398; letter on the 
variation in plumage of birds, 1889, 
572 ; letter on the colour of the eye 
of Coracias garrulus, 1891, 29o ; on 
the collection of Raptorial Birds in 
the Norwich Museum, 1893, 338; on 
the immigration of the Lapland 
Bunting, noticed 1894, 125. 

Gymnoglaux, on the genus, noticed 
1878, 184. 

Gypaetus, on the red colouring of, 1876, 
276. 

H. 

Haast, J. v., observations on the birds of 
the western districts of the province 
of Nelson, New Zealand, 1862, UX) ; 



on the Ground-Parrot of New Zealand, 
1S64, 340 : on the collections of, 1868, 
227 ; letter on Dinornis remains, 
noticed 1871, 441 ; ' Moas and Moa- 
huuters,' noticed 1872, 432, 4lil ; 
notes on llarpagornis moorii, noticed 

1872, 433; on the extinct birds of 
New Zealand, 1874, 2U9 : on tiie 
occurrence of Numenius cyanopus in 
New Zealand, noticed 1878, 103; on 
the occurrence of Phalaropus fuli- 
carius in New Zealand, noticed 1885, 
106; death of, 1887,480. 

Habel, A., on the birds collected in the 
Galap;igos Islands by, 1871, 467. 

Hngerup, A. T., 'The Birds of Green- 
land,' noticed 1892, 169. 

Hainan, on the ornithology of, 1868, 
353 ; 1870, 77, 230, 342 ; "1871, 476 ; 
1893, 424; on new species of birds 
from, 1893, 54; exhibition of Mr. 
Styan's types from, 1893, 251. 

' Haiti,' Cory's 'Birds of,' noticed 1884, 
337; 1885,99,225,314. 

Hakodadi,on birds of, 1859, 205 ; 1867, 
193; 1874, 150; 1875, -l-^" : 1876, 
330; 1877, 144. 

Ilalcyones, Catalogue of the, in the 
British Museum, noticed 1892, 572. 

Halle, on the ornis of, noticed 1872, 
451 ; 1873, 476). 

Halley, J. J., 'Australian Parrots,' no- 
ticed 1872, 188. 

Hallux of the Kittiwake, note on tlie, 
1892, 442, 575. 

Hamburg Zoological Gardens, on Di- 
dunculus strigirostris in the, noticed 

1873, 444; on the Parrots in the, 
noticed 1873, 444. 

Hamilton (N. Z.), on Moa bone^ at, 
1878,103. 

Hamilton, A., on Moa gizzard-stones, 
noticed 1893, 134; on the genus 
Aptornis, noticed 1893, 135. 

Hamilton, J. F., on Brazilian orni- 
thology, 187 1, 301. 

Hamond, A., jun., letter on the occur- 
rence of Ciconia nigra in Norlolk, 
1867, 382. 

Hancock, J., notice of the occurrence of 
tlie Red-necked Goatsucker in Eng- 
land, 1862, 39: letter on the occur- 
rence of Reguloides supcrciliosus and 
Milvus migrans in England, 1867, 
2.')3 ; on the young Cuckoo, noticed 
1886, 367; obituarial notice of, 1891, 

153. , . , ,,. 

Ilanf, P. B., ' Ornithologischc Mis- 
cellen,' noticed 1872, 433; on mi- 
grants observed at Furt Lake, noticed 

Hansman, A., on a visit to a brceamg- 



54 



place of Cormorauts, noticed 1873, 
456. 

Harar, on Ragazzi's birds from, noticed 
1888, 487; 1889, 150. 

Harcourt, E. N., letter on the rearing 
of the joung Cuckoo by Linnets, 
1884, 467. 

Harcourt, E. Y., sporting in Algeria, 
1859, 456 ; letter from, on the Antbus 
of Madeira, 1863, 230; observations 
on Mr. Grant's letter on the Birds of 
Madeira, 1891, 625. 

Hargitt, E., Notes on Woodpeckers. 
No. I. On the family Picida-, 1881, 
222; No. II. The genus lyngipicus, 
1882,19; No. III. Descriptions of 
two new species of Woodpeckers, 1883, 
172; No. iV. On the WoodpcL-kers 
of the Ethiopian Region, 1883, 401 ; 
No. V. On a new Japanese Wood- 
pecker, 1884, 100; No. VI, On the 
genus Miglyptes, 18S4, 189 ; No. VII. 
Additional notes on the Woodpeckers 
of the Ethiopian Region, 1884, 199; 
No. YIII. On the genus Hemicercus, 
1884, 244; No. IX. On the genus 
Micropternus, 1885,!; No. X. On 
the genus Thriponax, 1885, 140; No. 
XI. On a new species from Arizona, 
1886, 112; No. XII. On the genus 
Chrysophlegmn, 1886, 260 ; No. XIII. 
On Gecinus gorii and on the male of 
Poliopicusellioii, 1887,74; No. XIY. 
On the genus Gecinus, 1888, 1, 153; 
No, XV. On three new American 
species, 1889, 58; No. XVI. On some 
new species of Picidae, 18S9, 229; 
No. XVII. On an a))parently unnamed 
species of Pi"un)nus from Guiana, 
1889,354; No. XVIII. On two new 
species from tiie Pilconiayo, 1891, 
604 ; on a supposed new species of 
Woodpecker from Eastern Siberia 
(lyngipicus doerriesi), 1 881, 398; on 
three apparently new species of 
lyngipicus, i88i,598; 'Catalogue of 
the Birds in the British Museum,' 
Vol. XVIII. PicariiV, noticed 1890, 
450 ; letter on the i-eview in ' The Auk' 
of the Catalogue of 1 icidic in the Bri- 
tish Museum, 1891,465; descrifjtiou 
of a new sjDCcies of Picumnus, and 
remarks on the distribution of tlie 
South-American species of the genus, 
1894, 117. 

Haruisworth, A. C, note on the Polar 
Expedition of, 1894, 579. 

Harporhynchua, on the genus, noticed 
1883, 111. 

' Harrow,' Bridgeman's ' Birds of,' 
1865, 222. 



Hart, H. C, 'Fauna and Flora of Sinai,' 
noticed 1891, 452. 

Hartert, E., on the birds of the Niger 
District, noticed 1887, 353; on the 
birds of Prussia, noticed 1888, 134; 
ornithological notes, noticed 1891, 
278 ; letter on the review of his 
paper on Malay birds, 1891, 294; 
on tliree new species of birds, no- 
ticed 1 89 1, 452; on Ammomanes 
liisitanica parvirostris, noticed 1891, 
615 ; catalogue of the birds in the 
Senckenberg Museum, noticed 1891, 
615; on birds from Preanger, West 
Java, noticed 1892, 169; on birds 
from Mindoro and the other Philip- 
pnie Islands, noticed 1892, 170; notes 
on the Caprimulgidse, 1892, 274; 
letter on Steere's paper on the birds 
of the Piiilippincs, 1892, 346 ; on the 
birds of East I'l-ussia, 1892, 353, 504 ; 
on a little-known species of Lark 
of the genus Otocorys, 1892, 552; 
' Catalogue of the Picariie in the 
British Museum' (Coraciae), noticed 
i8g2, 570; expedition to Venezuela, 

1892, 576 ; descriptions of some new 
species of birds from the Dutch West 
Indies, 1893, 123; on a new Batra- 
chostomus, noticed 1893, 135; exhi- 
bition and description of a new 
Cuiiurus from Aruba, 1893,249; ex- 
hijition of the type specimen of 
Hemignathus lanaiensis, 1893, 265; 
exhibition of the skin of a hybrid 
Goose, 1893, 265 ; on the birds of 
the Islands of Aruba, Cura9ao, and 
Bonaire, 1893, 289; exhibition of 
some birds from the Sandwich Islands 
and Laysan. 1893, 43S ; exhibition 
and description of Euetheia sharpei 
from the Dutcli West Indies, 1893, 
440; exhibition and description of 
Pisorhina solokensis from Sumatra, 

1893, 441 ; on the Chrysotis canifrons 
of Lawrence, 1894, 102; exhibition 
of the type of Gallinago tristrami, 

1894, 2'JO ; note on tlie locality of 
Lophophorus sclateri, 1894, 291 ; 
letter calling attention to two orni- 
thological works by Drs. Rey and 
Wickinanu, 1894, 301; remarks on 
German birds, noticed 1S94, 306 ; 
letter containing remarks on the 
mounting of type-speciuiens in Mu- 
seums, and on the generic name 
J\Iicro])us, 1894. 321 ; exhibition of 
some skins of Eupsychorty.v and de- 
scription of E. mocquerysi, 1 894, 430 ; 
notes on the bird collections in the 
Kiel Muslim, 1894, 549; on the 



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mode of flight of the Accipitres, no- 
ticed 1S94, 557. 
Harting, J. E., ' Birds of Middlesex,' no- 
ticed, 1866, 42l) ; 1867. lL'3; letter on 
a remarkably placed nest of the Stock- 
Dove. 1S67, 379 : letter on tlie occnr- 
rence in England of Salicaria aquatica. 

1867, 468 : blank Catalogue of Eirds, 

1868. 340: ou rare or little-known 
Lunicohv, 1869, 304, 426 : 1870. 201. 
378; 1873, 260: 187+. 241 ; letter on 
the occurrence of Tringa bairdi in 
South Africa, 1870, 151; 'Ornitho- 
logy of Shakespeare,' noticed 1872, 
185, 433 : ' Hints on Shore Shooting," 
noticed 1872, 185, 433: on Sabine's 
Snipe, noticed 1872, 434: on Anser 
ruficollis, noticed 1872, 434: cata- 
logue of a collection of Arctic Birds in 
the Oxford Museum, noticed 1S-2. 
434: -Handbook of British Birds,' 
noticed 1873, 94. 456: letter on 
Charadrius placidus. 1873, 324 : 
Wliite's ' Natural History of Sel- 
bourne,' noticed 18-5. 262: 'Our 
Summer Migrants,' noticed 1875, 503 : 

• Hawks and Hawking,' noticed 1881. 
283 ; on the Totanus haughtoni of 
Armstrong. 1883, 133; letter on 
.Egialitis forbesi, 1884, 114; letter on 
the Hoatzin (Opisthocomuscristatus), 
1886, 98. 

, and Mosenthal, J. de, •Ostricli 

Farming,' noticed 1877, 236. 

Harting. i'., on theepisternal apparatus 
of birds, 1866, 116. 

Hartlaub, G., note on Lamjjrotornina'. 
1859, 202; report on the progress of 
ornithologv, 1859. 204: i860, 189: 
iS-i, 441'; 1872, 434; 1873, 4.56; 
Synopsis Generis Fringillini. Ery- 
thrune, 1859, 319 : monograph of 
the African Lamprotornitliin:v, 1859, 
323, 458 : ornitiiolngv of Madagascar. 
i860, 30<J : 1861, 402 ; on anew bird 
from Western Africa, 1 861, 321 ; on 
some new or little-known birds from 
I lie Ca))e Colony, 1862, 143: note on 
tiie birds of the Feejees, 1864, 232; 
description of Chalcopelia breiimeri, 
1865,236; on Campephagidre, 1865. 
340 ; letter on the identity of Cichla- 
dusa arquata and Bradyornis spekii, 
1865, 556; description of five new 
species of birds from tiic Fcejee Is- 
lands, 1866, 171 : extract from a 
letter from, on Cinclus leucoga.stei-, 
and ou supposed species of Luscinia 
from South Africa, 1867, 383; letter 
on Nectarinia fantensis and Numida 
Tcrreauxi, 1S70, 443: on a new species 



of Pytelia, 1874, 1^6; on the avi- 
fanna of Madagascar and the Mas- 
carene Islands, 1877, 258, 334; on 
Agapornis swinderniana, 1879,84; on 
rare birds of the Bremen Museum, 
noticed 1879, ■^75 ; on Excalfactoria 
lepida noticed 1880, 135; on new 
African birds, noticed 1 881, 283; on 
a new Weaver-bird (Hyphantica car- 
dinalis), and on the birds of Eastern 
-Equatorial Africa, noticed 1881. 479: 
on new Central-African birds, noticed 
1882, 602; on the birds oftlie Upper 
Xile, noticed 1883, 103; on the orni- 
thology of Eastern Equatorial Africa, 
noticed 1883, 214; 1887, 461; on 
Bahrniceps rex in East Africa, 1883. 
2.33; on the ornithology of Alaska, 
noticed 1883, 569; on a now species 
of Wryneck, discovered in Eastern 
Equatorial Africa by Dv. Emin Bey, 
1884. 28; on the genus Hyliota, no- 
ticed 1884, 104: diagnosis of new 
birds fi-om Eastern Equatorial Afric i, 
noticed 1884, 342 ; on a new African 
Pigeon of the genus Tympanistria, 
1886, 2 ; on a new s^iecies of Bai-bet 
of the genus Tracliyphonus, 1886, 105; 
letter correcting tiie name of a loca- 
hty given in his paper on Trachy- 
l)lionus, 1886, 378 ; on Capt. E. 
Storms s birds fi'om Lake Tanganyika, 
noticed 1887, 109: letter on Mr. 
Eidgway's paper on the genus Psit- 
taciila, 1888, 493: on bird-coUeciing 
during expeditions, noticed 1889, 1 19 ; 
on Emin Pasha's ornithological notes, 
noticed 1889, 119: letter on the iden- 
tification of Estrelda nonnula with 
Ilabropyga tenerrima, 1890, 2()3; on 
a collection of birds i'rom China, no- 
ticed 1890, 453 ; 1893,135; on Emin 
Pasha's new birds from East Africa, 
noticed 1891, 131; on birds from 
Eastern Africa, noticed 1 891, 453; on 
a new s])ecies of Flycatcher of the 
genus Hyliota, 1892, 373; remarks 
by Dr. Sharpe on his paper ' Yier 
scltene liallen,' 1893, 252; on four 
now Rails, noticed 1893, 267 : extract 
of a letter from, on Pennula ccaudata 
and P. sandwichensis, 1893,206. 
Hartlaub, G., and Finsch, O., 'Orni- 
thologie Centralpolynesiens,' 1867, 
245 ; 1868, 107 ; ' Ornithology of East 
Africa,' 1870, 127, 512; 1871, 443; 
on Lobiospiza notabilis, noticed 1871, 
442; on birds from Savai and Raro- 
tonga Islands, noticed 1872, 434 ; on 
birds from Pelew and Mackenzie 
Islands, noticed 1873. 457. 



56 



Hartlaub, G., and Heuglin, Th. v., on 
the birds of the Eed Sea, 1859, 
oSJ. 

Harvard College Museum of Coiiip<ira- 
tive Zoology, Keiiort of the, noticed 

1879, 383; 1881, 279; 1882, 333; 
1885, 320; 1893,451. 

Harvie-Brown, J. A., letter on the nidi- 
fication of Faleo peregrinus, 1870, 
2i)7 ; letter on eggs of New Zealand 
birds, 1 874, 96 ; letter on tlie breeding 
of Anarhyncbiis frontalis, 1875, 519; 
letter on Radakoff's ' Iland-Ailas,' 
1877, 255: on the distribution of 
birds in North Russia, noticed 1878, 
10(5; notes on Sutherlandshire birds, 
noticed 1878, 474; on the Sliiant 
Islands and their bird-life, noticed 

1880, 475; 'Ornithological Journal 
of the winter of 1878-79,' noticed 
18S1, 160; letter on the occurrence 
in Scotland fur the first time of Cya- 
necula wulti, 1882, 179; 'The Capcr- 
caillic in Scotland," noticed 1879, 
475 ; letter on the occurrence of Cya- 
necula suecica on the Monach-Islancls 
J;igl)tJiouse, and on the Common 
Guillemot nesting on Rockall, 1889, 
135; Contributions to the Fauna of 
the Shetland Isles, noticed 1893, 456; 
letter on the nesting of the Snow- 
Eunting in Banffshire, 1893, 593; 
third report on Scottish Ornithology, 
r.oticcd 1883, 215; on the migration 
of birds upon our British Coasts, 
noticed 1883, 215; letter on tlie 
methods of i-ecording natui'al history 
specimens, with record of Ruticilla 
tithys, 1883, 349; on llie uniformity 
of nieliiod in recording rare species, 
noticed 1884, 456 ; on the method of 
recording observations, noticed 1884, 
456 ; remarks on the International 
Ornithological Congress at Vienna, 
noticed 1884, 456 ; on the Little Gull 
(Larus minutus) in North Uist, no- 
ticed 1884, 456 ; on Larus kumlieni, 
noticed 1885, 445; notes on North 

• Rona, noticed 1887, 249; 'The Isle 
of May,' noticed iSao, 365. 

, and Alston, E. R., notes from 

Archangel, 1873, 54. 

_.. — , and Buckley, T. E., ' Vertebrate 
Fauna of Sutherland.shire,' noticed 
1885, 224; 'A Vertebrate Fauna of 
Sutherland, Caithness, and West 
Cromarty,' announced 1887, 123, no- 
ticed 1888, 272; 'Vertebrate Fauna 
of the Outer Hebrides,' noticed 18S9, 
564 ; ' Vertebrate Fauna of (he Ork- 
ney Island^i,' noticed 1892, 166 ; 



' Vertebrate Fauna of Argyll and the 
Inner Hebrides,' noticed 181)3, 136. 
Harvie-Brown, J. A., and Cordeaux, J., 
' Report on the Migration of Bird?,' 
noticed 1880, 476. 

, and Danford, C. G., on the birds 

of Transylvania, 1875, 18S, 291, 412.' 

, and Seebohm, 11., on the birds of 

the Lower Petchora, 1876, 105, 215, 
289,434; 1877,392. 
Hasbrouck, E. M., on evolution and 
dichroniatism in the genus Megascops, 
noticed 1894, 125. 
Haswell, W. A., notes on the Anatomy 
of birds, noticed 1881, 161 ; on the 
anatomy of two rare genera of Pigeons, 
noticed 1883, 379; on the anatomy 
of Pigeons, noticed 1883, 379. 
Hatch, P. L., ' Tlie Birds of Minnesota," 

noticed 1893, 581. 
Havre-J )orev, on collections of birds 

made at, 1859, 209. 
Hawaii, on a new Moorhen from the 
Hawaiian Islands, 1877, 25; on the 
Jjistory of the Hawaiian Islands, no- 
ticed 1878, 375 : Dole"s ' List of Birds 
of the Hawaiian Islands,' noticed 
1880, 240; on the birds of Kauai Is- 
land, noticed 1888, 143; 1890, 460; 
on the Avifauna of, noticed 1889, 
253 ; Wilson's ' Aves Hawaiienses,' 
noticed 1891, 291; 1892, 178, 575; 
1893,463; 1894, 446; notes on col- 
lecting in Kona, 1893. lOl. 
Hawk, Hartings ' Hawks and Hawking," 
noticed 1881, 283; Fisher's 'Hawks 
and Owls of the United States,' no- 
ticed 1893, 578. 
Hawk-Eagle, on Kieners, 1886, 299. 
Hawker, Rev. E. W., letter from, on a 
supposed nest of the Ash-coloured 
Shrike, 1859, 330. 
Hawker, W. H., notice of the death of, 

1874, 461. 
Hawking in Norfolk, noticed 1879, 

359. 
Hawkins, H. S., letter on the nidification 

of Nyctea nivea, 1870, 298. 
Ilawtayne, G. H., taxidermic notes, 

noticed 1885,228. 
Heart, on the size of the, in birds, no- 
ticed 189;^, 562. 
Hebrides, on rare birds in the, 1859, 
469 ; on bird-stations of the Outer, 
1869, 20; on Dafila acuta in the 
Outer, noticed 1882, 462; on Pallas's 
Sand-Grouse in the Outer, 1888, 492; 
IIarvie-B)-own and Buckley's ' Verte- 
brate Fauna of the Outer,' noticed 
1889, 564; on Phalaropus fulicarius 
in the, 1891, 294 ; on the nesting of 



57 



the Woodcock in the, 1891, 628 ; on 
the occurrence of Griis leucogeranus 
in the, 1891,635 ; 1892,18!; Harvie- 
Brown and Buckley's ' Vertebrate 
Fauna of the Inner,' noticed 1893, 
136. 

Heck, R.,on stomachic catarrli in bird?, 
noticed 1871, 442. 

Hector, J., on Moa remains in New 
Zealand, noticed 1872, 435; on llie 
remains of Pahveudjptes antarcticus, 
noticed 18-2, 435 ; notes on Priocella 
antarctica, noticed 1878, 103. 

Heine. F , descriptions of new birds, 
i860, 421 ; on new Alcedinidii?, 1861, 
200 ; obituarial notice of, 1894, 450 ; 
' Nomenclator Musei Hcineani Orni- 
thologici,' noticed 1891, 278. 

, and Cabanis, J., ' Museum Heine- 

anum," noticed i86d, 2U8: i86i,10S; 
1864. 4U1 ; 1865, 101. 

Heine, F., jvni., and Keiclienow, A., 
' Nomenclator Musei Heineani Orni- 
thologiei,' noticed 1891, 278. 

lleldreicb, Th. de, ' Fauna of Greece,' 
noticed 1879, 477. 

Hele, J. C, death of, 1888, 286. 

Helianthea, on tlie genus, 1874, 330. 

Heligoland, notes on the birds of, 1859, 
459; 1862, 58; 1875, 172; 1876, 
128; 1877, 1.56; 1879, 378; 1891, 
613 ; on Lanius isabellinus from, 
1877, 398 ; on the occuri-ences of 
various species of birds in, 1878, 
489; 1879, 102, 220,388; Homeyer's 
journey to, noticed 1881, 161 ; Selys- 
Longcliamps's excursion to, noticed 
1884, 34."); on Asiatic \Aarblers in, 
noticed 1887, 257; on the fauna of, 
noticed 1891, 447 ; list of birds 
recorded by Herr Gatke from, 1892, 
1. 

Heliodilus, on tlic genus, noticed 1878, 
VM. 

Hcliornithidse, on the distribution of 
the, 1893, 438. 

Helui, F., Cabanis, J., and Reichenow, 
A., general Index to the ' Journal fiir 
Ornithologie,' noticed 1871, 424. 

, and Meyer, A. B., reports on the 

ornithological stations of 8axony, no- 
ticed 1887,355: 1888,486; 1889, 
120; 1890, 251: 1891, 458; 1893, 
141. 

Helminthopbaga, on th.e genus, 1876, 
166. 

Helms, O., on the birds of South Green- 
land, noticed 1893, 581. 

Hemicercus, on the genus, 1884, 244. 

Hemprich, F. W., and Ehrcnberg, C. 
G., on the types of, 1874, 335. 



Henderson, G., and Hume, A. 0., 
' Ltdiore to Yarkand,' noticed 1873, 
321. 

Henicurus, revision of the genus, 1872, 
250. 

Henke, K. G., on the Ostrich, noticed, 
1885,229. 

Henry, T. 0., on new birds from Mexico, 
1859, 110; on birds of New Mexico, 
1860,97. 

Henshaw, H. W., Ornithological Re- 
port, noticed 1881, 161. 

Hepburn, J., letter on the Booming 
Swallow, 1869, 12(5; deatii of, i860, 
360. 

' Herefordshire,' Bull's ' Notes on the 
Birds of,' noticed 1888, 3(j2. 

Ilerklots, J. A., and Schlegel, II., ' Fauna 
van Nederland,' 1859, 460. 

Hermaphrodite Finch, letter on a, 189c, 
464. 

Herons, on tiie evacuations of, after 
eating frogs, noticed 1873, 434; on 
the American, noticed 1878, 475; 
review of the Japanese, noticed 1888, 
142 : rennirks on the classification of 
the, 1894.430. 

Hertfordshire, on birds observed in, 
noticed 1883,216; 1887, 109; 1S89, 
247; 1894, 12(i. 

Herzegovina, on the birds in the Mu- 
seum of Sarajevo, noticed 1892, 338. 

Ilcspcrornis, on the systematic p(jsition 
of, noti-ed 1891, 290,449. 

Heude, P. M., letter on Pucra.sia jore- 
tiana, 1883,' 225. 

Heuglin, Th. von, list of birds of the 
Red Sea, 1859, 337; i860. 430; on 
little-known birds of North-eastern 
Africa, i860, 407 ; 1861, 69, 121 ; on 
a new Afi-jcan species of the genus 
Zosterops, 1861, 357; on the fauna 
of the Red Sea and Stony Arabia, 
1862, 79; letter from, containing 
notes on birds observed in North-east 
Africa, 1862, 383; description of a 
new African Plover, 1863,31; notes 
on the ornithology of tlie White Nile, 
1863,117; news of, from the WJiite 
Nile, 1864, 232; note on Ciconia 
pruyssenaeri, 1864, 4.30; on Hyj)o- 
eoliu.s anipelinus, 1868, 181 ; on 
Cichladiisa arquata and C. guttata, 
1868, 280; on the Malurina'olNortli- 
eastern Africa, 1869,79, 129; 'Orni- 
thologie Nordost-Afrika's,' 1870, 127, 
421,537; 1871, 442, 470 ; 1872,436; 
1873, 457; on the birds of Novaja 
Zcmlia and Waigats Island, 1872, 
60; 1873, 458; on a journey in 
Northern Europe, noticed 1872, 435 ; 



58 



Du tbe bird-fauna ol'Korthern Europe, 
noticed 1872,430; on the oniitliology 
of S]iitsbergen, noticed 1872, 435: on 
Turdus olivacinus, noticed 1872, 
436 ; on a jouvney to the North 
Polar seas, noticed 1873, 467 ; ' Eeise 
in IVordost-Africa,' noticed 1877, 
375 ; deatJi of, 1877, 131. 

Heuglin, Th. tou, and Hartlaiib, G., on 
birds observed and collected during 
a voyage in the Red Sea, 1859, 337. 

Hewitson, W. C., on recent discoveries 
ill European oology, 1859, ^*'- 

Ileywood, A., ' The Field Nat uralist and 
Scientific Student,' noticed 1883, -1(>. 

llickson, S. J., 'A Naturalist in North 
Celebes,' noticed 1890, 249. 

Ilieracidea, on the genus, i8--2, 332; 
1873,100,327. 

ITildebrandt, Dr., death of, 18S2, 184. 

Hill, E. S., ' Lord Howe's Island,' no- 
ticed 1 87 1, 443. 

Himalayas, on the birds collected by 
Stoliczka in the, 1866, 412; 1868, 
302; on the birds of tiie, 1867, 13(5, 
138, 140 ; on birds obtained in Sik- 
kini, 1869, 154 ; on a new Barbet 
from the, noticed 1871, 478; on a 
new Pheasant from the, 1879, 4(51; 
on the birds of Chaniba, 1884, 
404. 

Himantopus, review of the genus, 1886, 
224. 

Hirundinea. on the species of the genus, 
1S69, 11)5; 1880, 162. 

Ilirundinida?, sec Swallow. 

Hoatzin, on tlie development ol' the, 
1885,118; letter on the, 1886, <J8; 
on the breeding of the, 1888, 378 ; on 
the anatomy of the, 1889, 283: on 
the habits of the, 1890, 327. 

Hochstetter, F. von, on the restoration 
of some species of Dinornis, 1861, 
407. 

Hucker, J., on hybrids amongst birds, 
noticed 1871, 443; on the nesting- 
])laces of Owls, noticed 1871, 443; 
on abnormal varieties of birds' eggs, 
noticed 1871,443; 1873.459. 

Hodgson, B. H.,on the addition of the 
Ornithological drawings of, to the 
Zoological Society's Library, 1884, 
302; obituarial notice of, 1894, .580. 

Hoffmann, J., on Scolopax rusticola, 
1868, 100; 1887, 354. 

Hoffmann, W. J., list of the birds of 
Nevada, noticed 1882, 336; list of 
birds observed at Fort Berthold, 
Dakota, noticed 1883, 216. 

Hofnian, E., ' Nordliche Ural," 1859, 
460. 



Holden, 0. H.,and Aiken, C. E., on the 
birds of Wyoming and Colorado, 
noticed 1873, 459. 

Holdsworth, E. W. H ., on Emberiza 
huttoni in China, 1872, 473; cata- 
logue of birds found in Ceylon, 
noticed 1873, 459; on Ceylonese 
birds, 1874, 122. 

Holland: Schlegel and Herklots's 'Fauna 
van Nederland,' noticed 1859, 460; 
Schlegel's ' Dieren van Nederland,' 
i860, 300; on Pallas's Sand-Grouse 
ill, i860, 300; 1888, 377; on the 
Ducks of, 1S64, 399 ; on the birds of 

1867, 244 ; 1888, 485 ; on Parus cnu- 
datus in, 1870, 442 ; on the Spoonbill 
in, 1887, 364; on Ampelis garrulus 
in, 1892, 346 ; on the breeding-places 
of the Spoonbill in, 1892, 468 ; on 
Numenius tenuirostris and Glareola 
pratincola in, 1893, 150: on Xema 
sabinii in, 1S93, 150; Blaauw's 
' Comparative list of the birds of 
England and,' 1894, 123, 

Holland, A. H., on some birds of the 
Argentine Republic, with notes by 
P. L. Sclater, 1S90, 424; 1891, 16'; 
short notes on the birds of the 
Estancia Espartilla, Argentine Re- 
public, 1892, 193 ; news from 
Argentina of, 1892, 472, 580; 1893, 
477 ; letter oq bird-migration in 
Argentina, 1893, 467 ; field-notes 
on the birds of Estancia Sta. 
Elena, Argentine Republic, with 
remarks by P. L. Sclater. 1893, 483. 

Holmbcrg. Dr., on the birds of the Sierra 
del Tandil, noticed 1884. 342. 

Holmgren, A. E., 'Scandinavian Birds,' 

1868, 113; 1870,516. 

Hoist, P. A., letter on collecting in the 
Loo Choo Islands, 1892. 575. 

Holtz, L., on South American birds' 
eggs, noticed 1 871, 443; on the eggs 
of Molobrus, noticed 1873, ■159; on 
Aquila pennanti, noticed 1873,459: 
on the raptorial birds of New 
Pomerania and Riigen Island, no- 
ticed 1873, 460; on the irruption of 
Svrrhaptes paradoxus in 1888, no- 
ticed, 1 89 1, 132. 

Holub, E., on the ornls of South Africa, 
noticed 1882, 462. 

, and Pelzeln, A., ' Ornithologie 

Siidafrikas,' noticed 1882, 462. 

Homeyer, A. v., on the birds of the 
Balearic Islands, 1863, e356 ; on 
Fritsch's ' Vogel Europa's,' noticed 
1 87 1, 444; on additions to Borg- 
greve's ' Vogel-Fauiia von Nord- 
Deutschland,' noticed 1871, 444. 



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Home3er, E. F. v., remarks on disputed 
species of European birds, 1859, 459 ; 
on the birds of East Siberia and 
Amurland, noticed 1871, 444 ; on 
the genera Geunaia and Falco, no- 
ticed 1873.^36; on tlie Warblers of 
Siberia, noticed 1873, 4(50 ; on 
Droste'a paper on the birds of Ger- 
many, noticed 1873, 4()0; on the 
occurrences of certain birds in 
Ponierania, noticed 1873, 400; on 
German nianinials and birds, noticed 
1S77, 380; 'Journey to Heligoland,' 
noticed 18S1, 161; on a new Stone- 
Chat (Saxicola cypriaca), noticed 
1885. 2:29. 

, and Tanere, C. A., on the birds of 

the Altai, noticed 1883, 5(59: 1885, 
106. 

, and Tschusi zu Sclunidhofen, v., 

on the birds oi' Aiistro-Hungarj". 
noticed 1883, 575. 

Homorus, on the genus, as observed 
in the Argentine Eepublic, 1885, 
283. 

Honduras, on the birds of, i860, 10, 
110, 222, 311; on the sea-birds of 
British, 1864, 372; on the birds of 
Ihe coast of. noticed 1871,468; on 
the birds of the islands in the Bay of, 
1888, 241; 1889, 359; 1890,84; on 
Townsend's collection of birds from, 
noticed 1889, 128; on new birds 
from the interior of, noticed 1892, 
339. 

Hong Kong, on the ornithology of, 
1861,23. 

Hooker, Sir J., and Ball, J., ' Tour in 
Marocco,' noticed 1879, 356. 

Hoopoe, on tiie legendary history of the, 
noticed 1890, 115. 

Hornaday, W. T., ' Taxidermy and Zoo- 
logical Collecting,' noticed 1892, 170. 

Hornbills, of Sumatra, i860, 191; of 
India and Burmah, 1864, 173; 
Elliot's Monograph of the, noticed 
1877, 376; 1878, 474; 1880, 133: 
1S81, 159; 1883, 1(J2; on the family 
Bucerotidie, noticed 1885, 315; of 
the Ethiopian Region, 1888, 47; on 
a new African species of, 1891, 123; 
catalogue of the, in the Britisli 
Museum, noticed 1892, 572. 

Hornby. H. P., letter on the birds of 
the Desert of Sinai, 1883, 124. 

Home, C, letter on the nidification of 
Lobivanellus goen>i8, 1869, 454; on 
the breeding of Mvcteria australis, 
1870, 294; 1871, lib. 

Horsfield, T., on tlie types of, in the 
British Museum, 1887, 471. 



Horsfield, T., and Moore, F., • Catalogue 
of Birds in the Museum of the East 
India Company,' noticed 1859, 103. 

Hose, C, on new species of birds from 
Mount Dulit, 1892, 322 ; 1893, 117: 
news from Mount Dulit of, 1892, 
472 ; on the avifauna of Mount 
Dulit and the Baram District 
in the Territory of Sarawak, 

1893, 381; on new .species of birds 
from Mt. Kaluloiig, 189^, 5(58; 
return to Borneo of, 1S93, 47(5. 

Hudson, W. H., letters on the birds of 
Buenos Aires, noticed 1871, 444; 
1872, 473; on the habits of Pyro- 
cephalus rubineus, noticed 1873, 461 ; 
on the Swallows of Buenos Aire?, 
noticed 1873, 461; notes on the 
birds of the genus Homorus ob- 
served in the Argentine Republic, 
1885, 283; ' Naturalist in La Plata,' 
noticed 1S92, 452; 'Idle Days in 
Patagonia,' noticed 1893, 457 ; 
'Birds in a Village,' noticed 1893, 
581 ; ' Lost Britisli Birds.' noticed 

1894, .558. 

, and Sclater, P. L., on tlie birds of 

the Rio Negro of Patagonia, noticed 
18-3, 4(50 ; on the habits of Swallows 
of the genus Progne in Argentina, 
noticed 1873,461; 'Argentine Orni- 
thology,' announced 1887, 124, 
noticed 1888, 279 ; 1889, 391. 

Hudson's Bay, contributions to the 
natural history of the territories of, 
1S59, 200; on the Swans and Geese 
of, i860, 253; on birds from Fort 
Churciiill, noticed 1891, 275. 

Huet, M., on the additions to the Jardin 
des Plantes, noticed 18S3, 21(5 ; 1884, 
343; 1885, 229; 1887, 109. 

Hiigel, A., on Australian and New 
Zealand birds, 1875, 389. 

Hiiilla, on tiie birds of, noticed 1SS9, 
5li9. 

Hume, A. 0., on Indian birds, 1867, 
471 ; 1868, 233; 1869, 120, 238, 
355; 18-0, 136, 145, 283, 435,438, 
528, 530, 532; 1878, 114; stray 
notes on Indian Oriiilliologv, 1868, 
28; 1869, 1, 143; 1870. 181, 399; 
1871, 23, 403; on Coccothranstes 
vulgaris in India, 1869,45(5; 'Scrap- 
book,' noticed 1870, 523 ; 1071, 444 ; 
remarks on species mentioned by Mr. 
Blanford in liis [lapcr on tiie bii-cls (jf 
India, noticed 1871, 44(5; on six new 
Indian birds, 1872, 1(J7 ; on Scindo 
liirds 1872,4(58; on sjiecies of Bur- 
mese birds, noticed 1873,46!; 'Stray 
Feathers,' noticed 1873, 211, 461, 



60 



462; 1 877, 374, 487; 1879, 101; 
1882, 344, 602; 1887, 125; 1889, 
262 ; ' Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds,' 
noticed 1874,452; 1875, 265,511, new 
edition, noticed 1890,374 ; 1 891, 132; 
letter on tbe genus Batrachostomus, 
find Otothrix liodgsoni, 1878, 12(»: 
letter with the copy of one addressed 
by him to Count Salvadori, 1879, 
488 ; letter on a, supposed new 
Pheasant, 1881, 60S ; on the addition 
of tlie collection of birds of, to the 
British Museum, 188^, 236, 456. 

Hume, A. O.. and Henderson G., ' La- 
liorc to Yarkand,' noticed 1873, 821. 

, and Marshall, C. H. T., 'The 

Game Birds of India,' announced 
1877, -59, noticed 1880, 242; 1881, 
480. 

'Humming-bird,' 'The,' noticed 1892, 
349. 

Hunnning-birds, Gould's ' Monograpli 
of the,' noticed 1859, 91), 4;"4 ; 1862, 
72, Supplement 1880, 37U, 474 ; 1882, 
167; 1883, 214; 1885, 316; 1887, 
289, 352; on new species of, 1859, 
110, 4.56; 1863, 470: 1864, 227; 
1868, 115; 1871, 429, 437; 1872, 
426, 429; 1873, 4.54; 1880. 475; 
1887, 289; 1889, 116; 1890, 112; 
1893, 449; 1894, 120; of Ecuador, 
1859,399; 1871,438; 1893.449: of 
Guatemala, i860, 259; on Mexican, 
i860, 301 ; of Bogota, 1862, 188; en 
Azara's, 1865, 535; Mulsant and 
V'erreaux's ' Trochilidit',' 1867, 126; 
1874, 453; 1875, 26.5, 510; 1877, 
244; of the West Indies, 1872,3^5; 
1873, 4-16; of the Equatorial Andes, 
noticed 1872, 447; notes on, 1873, 1, 
269,279,353; 1874, 261, 330; 1875, 
149; 1876, 5, 54, 311, 394, 456; 
1S78, 35; on the sale of Bourcier's 
collection of, 1874, 261 ; 1876, 5 ; on 
d'Orbigny's, in the Paris Museum, 
1877, 133; Elliot's ' Classification of 
the Trochilida?,' noticed 1879, 479; 
Elliots 'List of Humming-birds.' 
noticed 1880, 242; li.st of specimens 
of, in the Caen Museum, noticed 
1881, 477; on new or little- known 
specips of, 1 88 1, 595; 'Guide to the 
Gould Collection of,' noticed 1883, 
103 ; on the literature of, noticed 

1887, 103; on the Colombian, noticed 

1888, 361 ; on the tongue of, noticed 

1892, 172; Salvin's 'Catalogue of 
the Trochili in the British Museum,' 
noticed 1892, 570; memoir on the, 
noticed 1893, 147; of Paraguay, 

1893, 285; comparative notes on 



Swifts and, 1893, 84, 365; taxonomy 
of, 1894, 32. 

Hungary, sec Austro-Hungary. 

Hunsteiii, C, on the birds collected in 
New Guinea by, noticed 1886, 367 ; 
death of, 1890, 267. 

Husa Island, on a zoological excursion 
to, noticed 1891, 277. 

Hutton, F. W., notes on some of the 
birds inhabiting the Southern Ocean, 
1865, 276; on the birds seen during 
a voyage from London to New 
Zealand in 1866, 1867, 185 ; on some 
New Zealand birds, 1867,378; 1869, 
351; 1874, 34; on the flight of the 
Albatros, 1870, 122, 523; 1872, 438; 
on birds of Great and Little Barrier 
Islands, 1870, 136; on some of the 
birds of Auckland, New Zealand, 
1870, 392; 1871,447; on two New- 
Zealand birds, noticed 1871, 446; on 
the introduction of the Pheasant into 
.'uckland, noticed 1871, 447; on 
New-Zealand Procellariidai', 1872, 83 ; 
ou the flight of birds, 1872, 139; on 
Colluricincla concinna, 1872, 201; 
1873, 403; on the birds of the 
Chatham Islands collected by H. H. 
Travers, 1872. 243; catalogue of the 
birds of New Zealand, noticed 1872, 
438 ; on the nests and eggs of some 
New Zejland birds, noticed 1872, 
438 ; ou the structure of the eggshell 
of the Moa, noticed 1873, 438; on 
some Moa-feathers, noticed 1872, 438 ; 
on Megapodius pritchardi, noticed 
1 877, 438 ; letter on Hieracidea, 1873, 
100; on Rallus modestus, 1873, 349; 
ou Tribouyx mortieri I'roiu New 
Zealand, 1873,427; on the flight of 
Larus dominicanus, noticed 1873, 
463 ; ou birds from the Chatham 
Islands, noticed 1873, 463; on the 
Geographical relations of the New 
Zealand faunas, noticed 1873, 463; 
remarks on Dr. von Ilaast's classi- 
Ccation of the Moas, noticed 1878, 
103 ; on a new species of Rail (Ralhis 
macquariensis), 1879, ^oA; on Harpa 
nova'-zealandi:e, 1879, 456; on Eu- 
dy))tes filholi, noticed 1880, 243; on 
Phalacrocorax carunculatus, noticed 

1880, 370; on Anas gracilis, noticed 

1 88 1, 162; on a Cormorant from 
Campbell Island, noticed 1882, 169; 
on the Classification of the Moas, 
noticed 1892, 5(56; on the Moas of 
New Zealand, noticed 1893, 137; on 
Dinornis queenslandiae, noticed 1894, 
306. 

, and Travers, H. H., on the birds of 



61 



the Chatham Islands, 1866, 113; 
1872, 243; 1873, 4G3, 48U. 

Iliixley, T. H., notes on his lectures on 
birds, 1867, '2o-i : remarks on his 
proposed chxssification of birds, 1868, 
85 ; letter on the classification of 
birds, 1868, 357; on classification of 
birds, and distribution of Alectoro- 
morphaj, 1869, '217 ; remarks on his 
classification of birds, noticed iSti, 
474. 

llvaloerne, on the birds of, 1868, 113. 

Hyatt, A., catalogue of the Birds of the 
Boston Society of Xatural History, 
noticed 1873, 453; report of the 
Museum of the Boston Society of 
Natural History, noticed 1873, 464. 

Hybrids, between species of Caccabis, 
"i5!65, 532; Wickevoort-Croiumelin's 
' Hybridologie Ornithologique,' 1868, 
226; in the Anatida?, 1869, 127; 
amongst birds, noticed 1871, 443; 
Grouse, 1881, 481; 1891., 135, 447, 
448; on a supposed hybrid Wood- 
pecker, noticed 1887, 356 ; on Hybrids, 
noticed 1891, 277, 620; bred in a 
wild state, noticed 1892, 344; 1893, 
149; Duck, noticed 1893, 586; 
Goose, exhibited 1893, 265. 

Hyliota, on the genus, noticed 1S84, 104. 

Ifylijphilus, on the genus, 1881, 2'J3. 

HypoL'olius, note on, 1892, 473. 

T. 

Ibadau, on birds from, 1859, 152. 

Ibbetson, H. L. B., translation of 
'L'scluuli's work on destructive Insects, 
1S63, 352. 

Il>idinie, papers on the, noticed 1878, 
HI ; 1879, -1^^ ; review of the Ibises 
of Japan, noticed 1888, 142. 

• Ibis (The),' on the demand for, 1867, 
146; General Inde.K of, 1879, 231. 

Iceland, abstract of Mr. Woiley's 
researches respecting the Great Auk 
in, i86i, 374; Preyer and Zirkel's 
' Re se nach Island,' 1862, 21)5; 
Baring Gould's 'Iceland,' 1863, 4()5 ; 
on the ornithology of, 1864, 1.31 ; 
1869, 112; 1879, 371; Slicpherd's 
'North-west Peninsula of,' 1867, 
239; PaijkuU's 'Summer in,' 1869, 
112; an autinnn ramble in Eastern, 
1S85, 364 ; notes from Northern, 
1886, 4.5. 

Ichthyornis, notes on, noticed 1893,590. 

Icteridae, on the, 1866, 418; 1867, 377; 
1868, 115; review of the family, 
1883, 145,3.52; 1884, 1, 149; osteo- 
logical notes on the. 1889. 1.'>1. 



Idaho, on birds from, noticed 1892,336. 

Idzu, on the birds of, noticed 1889, 132. 

Iliering, H. v., news of, from Brazil, 
noticed 1894, 141. 

, and Berlepsch, H. v., on I he birds 

of Rio Grande do Sid, noticed 1886, 
79. 

' Illinois,' Ridgway's ' Catalogue of the 
Birds of,' noticed 1882, 174; Ridg- 
way and Forbe.s'8 ' Ornithology of,' 
noticed 1890, 455. 

Im Thurn, E. F., 'Birds of Marl- 
borough,' noticed 1870, 509; 1871, 
447 ; resignation of, from the 
Georgetown Museum, 1883, 234; 
news of, from British Guiana, 1S84, 
359. 

Incubation, of the Apteryx, 1868, 251, 
504 ; on the periods occupied by 
birds in, 1891, .52 ; 1892, 55. 

' Index Generuin Avium,' Waterhouse's, 
noticed 1890, 123. 

' Index Zoologicus,' on a proposed new, 
1879, 381. 

India, on the birds of, 1859, 319; 1865, 
400; 1867, 430, 461, 471 ; 1868, 73, 
165, 233, 249, 354, 370; 1869, 120, 
234,238,355,403, 45() ; 1870, 136, 
145, 157, 283, 288, 310, 435, 438, 
.525,528,530,532, 533; 1871, 446, 
480; 1872, 84, 87, 469; 1874, 75, 
459; 1894,129; Jerdon's 'Natnral 
History of,' announced 1862, 90; 
news of A. R. Wallace in the Indian 
Archipelago, 1862, 95 ; Blyth's ' Cata- 
logue of the Birds of,' 1863,1 ; on the 
birds of the Indian Archipelago, 1863, 
104 ; Jerdon's ' Birds of,' 1863, 219 ; 
1864, 117 : 1865, 9S: 1866, 225, 336; 
1867, 1, 147,291: 1871. 231, 335; 
1872, 1, 114, 297; on tlio birds of 
the Dutch Indies, 1864, 124 ; on the 
Hornbills of, 1864, 173; on tlie 
White-backed Vultures of, 1865, 339; 
on the Alcedinidaj of the Dutcii 
Indies, 1866, 117 ; notes on Ornitho- 
logy in, 1868, 2-5; 1869, 1, 143; 
1870, 181, 399; 1871, 23, 403; 
Adams's 'Naturalist in, 1868, 219; 
Bulger's ' Random Notes on Indian 
and Burinan Ornithology,' 1868, 339 ; 
on some Indian Eagles, 186S, 319, 
352; 1873, 437; on tlie change of 
])luniage in some Thrushes of, 1869, 
122; on CocC(;tliraustes vidgaris \n, 
i86g, 45(5 ; on tiie 8ui\-birds of th(( 
Indian Region, 1870, 18; on Sylvia 
melanopogon in, 1870, 301; Hume's 
' Rougii Notes,' 1870, 523 ; notes ou 
the birds of prey of, 1871, 363; 1872, 
413; 1873, 142; on new species of 



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birds from the IS'ortli-east frontier of, 
noticed 1871, 447 ; on six new species 
of birds from, 1872, 107 ; on tbe nidi- 
firation of birds of, 1872, 81, 237; 
1873, 74; 1874, 220 ; 1875, 199. .'ilS; 
on birds from the IS'.W.P., 1872, 
1.03 ; addenda to the a\ifauna of, 
1S73, 70; on the Swans of, noticed 
I 873, 4.'}8 : on some familiar birds of, 
noticed 1873, 4S8 ; on Tickell's 'Illus- 
trations of Indian Ornithology.' J876, 
336; Hume and Marshalls 'Game 
Birds of,' announced 1877, 250, 
noticed 1880, 242; 1881, 480; on 
birds from the Korth-east frontier of, 
noticed 1877, 385; Marshall's' Bivds'- 
nesting in," noticed 1877, 484 ; list of 
birds of N.E., noticed 1879, 94; on a 
new Finch from E., 1880. 146 ; Ball'.s 
' Jungle-life in,noticed 1880, 239 ; on 
birds' nests and eggs from the East 
Indies, noticed 1884, 458 ; 1885, 230 ; 
on the birds of Central, noticed 1885, 
52, 124 ; Le Mesurier's • Game, Shore, 
and Water Birds of,' noticed 1888, 
3t;6; Blanford's ' Fauna of British,' 
Aves, noticed 1889, 143; 1890,252; 

1891, 283, remarlis on, 1892, 59; 
Oates's Hume's 'Nests and Eggs of 
Indian Birds.' noticed 1890, 374; 1891, 
132; on the Great Crested Grebe 
breeding in, 1892, 351 ; on a new 
species of 'W^ren irom North-east, 

1892, 62; on nesting iu Western, 
noticed 1892, lf.6; 011 the economic 
importance of birds in, noticed 1892, 
571 ; remarks on the Owls of the 
Indian Eegion, 1894, 433; on new 
biids from East Indies, noticed 1894, 
440. 

' India (East) Company's Museum,' 
Plorsfield and Moore's ' Catalogue of 
Biids in the,' loticed 1859. 103. 

'Indian Annals and Magazine of 
Natural Science,' notiied 1888, 134. 

Indian Museum, reports on the, 1859, 
201 ; i860, 90, 187; 1862, 77 ; on 
additions to tbe, 1863, 464; list of 
birds'eggsin the, noticed j 891, 617; on 
the collection of birds in the, 1 892, 65. 

Indiana, Eeport of the Geological 
Survey (if , noticed 1872, 421 ; science 
in, 1886, 210 ; on tbe birds of Frank- 
lin county, noticed 1886, 516 ; Butler's 
' Birds of,' noticed 1892, 331. 

Indicator, on the systematic position of, 
1870, 176; 1871, 404; on the habits 
of, 1880,286. 

Indies (Dutch), t-:ce under India. 

Indies (East), see under India. 

Indies (West), see West Indies. 



Insectivorous birds, Ooinde on, 1865, 

224. 
Interbreeding of birds, on the, 1882, 

546; 1883,226. 
International Exhibition, on the Orni- 
thology in tbe, 1862, 279. 
International Fisheries Exhibition, on 
the birds exhibited in the, 1893,346. 
International Ornithological Congress, 
notices of the, 1884, 4.53, 4.56; 1885, 
320; 1886.84,88; 1890,467; 1891, 
479; publications of the, 1891,632; 
1893,144. 
Ionian Islands, on birds observed in the, 

i860, 1, 133, 228, .3.38. 
Iowa, on the birds of Southern, noticed 

18-3.489. 
Irawadi Talley, on birds obtained in the, 

1870, 462. 
Irby, L. H., notes on birds observed in 
Oudh and Kuniaon, 1861, 217; on 
the birds of Southern Spain, 1872, 
199; 1873, ^'' ; on a new Corvus 
from Tangier, 1874, 264; 'Ornitho- 
logy of the Straits of Gibraltar,' 
noticed 1875, 501 ; letter on Ery- 
throspiza githaginea, 1877, 492 ; notes 
on the birds of Gibraltar, 1879, 342; 
notes on the birds of Santander, 
Northeini Spain, 1883, 173; 'British 
Birds— Key List,' noticed 1888, 485, 
2nd ed., noticed 1892, 567. 
Ireland, on the occurrence of certain 
Skuas in, i8f-4, 394 ; on Elanus cseru- 
leus ii!, noticed 1872, 470; Payne- 
Gallwpy's 'Fowler in,' noticed 1883, 
218; an Autumn ramble in East, 1885, 
3()4 ; More's 'List of Iri.h Birds,' 
noticed 1S85, 446, second edition, 
noticed 1890, 37(5 ; on the occurrence 
of Syrrhaptespai'adoxusin, 1888, 376; 
1^89, 137 ; on the occurrence of 
Harelda glacialis and Nyctea scan- 
cliaca in, 1889, 137 ; notes on Iriih 
Ornithology, 1890, 397; on Falco 
cenchrisin, i8gi, 297 ; on additions to 
the list of Irish Birds, 1891, 585; 
on uncommon biids in the North 
of, 1892, IfO; on the Sheathbill in, 

1893, 286; on Ampelis garrula in, 
1^93, 463; on ti.e occurrence of the 
American Eed-breastcd Snipe in, 

1894, 297; on the Common Scoter 
and Long-tailed Duck in, 1894, 451. 

Iris, see Eye. 

'Irish Naturalist (The),' noticed 1892, 

567. 
' Israel,' Tristram's ' Land of,' noticed 

1866, 111. 
Italy, on the birds of, 1863, 236 ; 1864, 
128; 1865, 361 ; 1869, 391; 1870, 



nf^ 



153, 298, 518; i88i, 181; on the 
Italian Society of Natural Sciences, 
1863, 471: on Pallass Sand-Grouse 
in, 1864, 228; 18S9, 121, 130, 3'Jl ; 
1890, 259; announcement of a pro- 
jected work on the birds of, 1865, 
301 ; on the birds observed in the 
.Museums of, 1870, 449; 1871, 427; 
Salvadori's ' Fauna d'ltaha,' noticed 
18-2, 187, 451; Savi"s ' Ornitologia 
Italiana,' noticed 1874, 451 ; GigHoli 
and Manzella's • Iconografia dell' 
Avifauna Italica,' noticed 1880, 359; 
1883, 378; 1886, 194; 1893, 455; 
catalogue of the fish- eating birds in, 
noticed 1881, 283; Giglioli's Catalogue 
of the Birds of,' noticed 1882, 160; 
on the occurrence of Coccjzus ameri- 
canua and Porphjrio alleui in, 1884, 
114, 214; on a Falcon new to, no- 
ticed 1884, 461 ; Giglioli's ' Avifauna 
Italica," noticed 1886, 516; Salvadori's 
' List of Birds of,' noticed 1887, 357; 
on the northern limit of the Italian 
Sparrow, 1887, 454 ; on the dates of 
Bcmaparte's ' Iconografia della Fauna 
Italica,' 1888, 320; 1889, 129; on 
.Egialitis asiatica in, 1888, 36S ; 
Giglioli's 'Ornithological Investiga- 
tion of," noticed 1890, 114; 1891, 181, 
()14 ; on a Wagtail new to, noticed 
1891,620; on Pelecanus crispus in, 
1894, 453. 

Ivens, R., on the birds collected in 
Africa by, noticed 1886, 522: 1887, 
255. 

lyngipicus, on the genus, 1882, 19. 

lynx, paper on, noticed 1890, 373; on 
the foot of the young of lynx torqiiilla, 
1890,411. 



• Jacanuxrs,' Sclater's 'Monograpii of 
the,' noticed 1880, 142, 372; 1881, 
167, 604; 1882, 607. 

Jiickel, J., on an old picture of the 
Dodo, 1868,478. 

, and Blasius, R., on the birds of 

Bavaria, noticed 1892, 335. 

Jackson, C. T., on Melanerpes formici- 
vorus, 1868, 116. 

•Taekson, F. G., on the Polar Expedition 
of, 1893, 286; 1894, 579. 

Jackson F. J., on birds collected in 
E. Africa by, 1888, 287 ; extract from 
a letter from, containing notes on the 
birds of E. C. Africa, 1889, 583; on 
birds collected during an expedition 
to Uganda by, 1891, 117, 233, 587; 
1892, 152, 299. .534; on some new 



Krancolius and a new Hornbill dis- 
covered by, 1891, 123 ; exhibition and 
description of a new species of East- 
African Bush-Shrike, 1894, 117. 

Jamaica, on the birds of, 1859, 456: 
1 864, 128, 404 ; Newton's • List of the 
Birds of.' noticed 1882, 169; exhi- 
bition of Aithuras polytmus and 
description of A. taylori from. 1894. 
547. 

James, II. B., obit uarial notice of, 1893, 
162. 

Jameson, J. S., on birds collected in 
S.E. Africa by, 1882, 236, 349; on 
the birds of the Aruwhiini River, no- 
ticed 1890. 15(') ; 'Story of the Rear 
Column of the Emin Pasha Relief 
Expedition,' noticed 1891, 280. 

Jameson, W., extract of a letter from, 
on the nest of Oreotrochilus pi- 
chinchEe, 1859, 115. 

, and Fraser, L., notes on some of 

the Rumming-birds of Ecuador, 1859, 
39i). 

Jan ilaven, on the birds of, noticed 
1887, 106; 1890, 449. 

Japan, catalogue of the birds of Hako- 
dadi, 1859, 209; on the ornithology 
of Northern, 1862, .309; 1863, 9^7, 
442; on the birds of Hakodadi, 186-, 
193; 1874, ^^^; 1875, 447; 1876, 
330 ; 1877. 144 ; Adams's ' Travels of 
a Naturalist in,' noticed 1871, 418; 
1)11 CoUingwoods birds from the seas 
of, noticed 1871, 478; on the birds of, 
1875, 143, 145; 1878. 385; 1882, 
368, 599; 1883, 562; 1884, 30, 174; 
1885, 106, 363; 1889, 132; 1S90, 
121 ; 1891, 139; 1893,272; Blakiston 
and Fryer's 'Catalogue of the Birds 
of,' 18-8, 209; 1879, 18; on the Pied 
Wagtails of, i88i,90; indications of 
the connection of the Islands of, with 
the Continent, noticed 1883, 5()2 ; on 
anew Woodpecker from, i88.|,10(); 
(jii the species of the genus Pernis 
inhabiting, 1884, 275; Blakiston's 
'Amended List of iho Birds of,' no- 
ticed 1884, 336; on tiie Cormorants 
of, 1885, 270; on the Bullfinches of, 

1887, 100; on the Woodpeckers of, 
noticed 1887, 117 ; on the Water-birds 
of, 1887, 3.52; on the Tits and Nut- 
hatches of, noticed 1887, ',j')9 ; on the 
Rails, Gallinulcs, and Coots of, no- 
ticed 1 887, 3.59 ; synopsis of the genus 
Turdus of, noticed 1888, 1 12 ; on tiie 
Ibises, Stoi-ks, and Herons of, noticed 

1888, 142; on a new Thrush from, 
noticed 1888, 281; on anew species 
of Zosterops from Seven Islands, 



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1 89 1, 273; notes on the birds in the 
Imperial University, Tokyo, noticed 

1892, 4(52 ; on the birds of Tsu-sima, 
1892, 87, 248; additions to the avi- 
fauna of Tsu-siina, 1892, o99 ; on a 
collection of birds from Yezo, noticed 
1893,272; on Japanese birds in the 
Science College, Japan, 1894, l}[(3 ; 
exhibition of some rare birds from, 
1894, 547. 

Jardin des Plantes, Paris, on the ad- 
ditions to the, noticed 1883, 21(): 
1884,343; 1885, 22'J; 1887, 1U9. 

Jardine, Sir W., on Enphonia cyano- 
dorsalis, i86c, 103; on anew Spine- 
tailed Swift, 1863, 463; letter on 
Anarliynchus, i86g, 461; notice of 
the death of, 1875, 522; on the sale 
of the ornithological collection of, 
1886, 531. 

, and Selby, P. J., on tlie dates of 

the ' Illustrations of Ornithology of,' 
1894, 326. 

Jaubert, J. B., and Bartheleiny-La- 
pommeraye, ' Richesses Ornitholo- 
giqiies dii Midi de la France,' 1859, 
201 ; 1 86 1, 304; 1864, 396. 

Java, on the eggs and nests of the birds 
of, i860, 94, 191 ; on tlie species of 
Lanius of, 1869, 242 ; on birds from 
Western, 1879, K^-l; 1887, 118; on 
Ninox borneensis in, 1879, 470; on 
Forbes's collections from, 1881, 139: 
1882, 66; 1883, 2.35; on Batavian 
birds, 1883, 118, 221; 1884, 111, 
348: 1885, 326; on the birds of, 
noticed 1884,204; 1885, ,326; on the 
birds of Mount Salak, noticed 1886, 
376; on birds from Preanger in 
West, noticed 1892, 169 ; on the 
species of Zosterops found in, 1893, 
217; on the species of Merula found 
in, 1893, 219; on a new species of 
Merula from, 1893, 257 ; on a new 
species of Zosterops from, 1893, 258 ; 
on a new bird from, noticed 1894,304. 

Jaycox, T. W., on an abnormal variety of 
Bonasa umbellus, noticed 1872, 439. 

Jelski, C, on the birds collected in Peru 
by, 1874, 100. 

Jemtland, on the ornithology of, 1862, 
182; 1865, 224. 

Jerdon, T. C, notice of some new 
species of birds from Upper Burmaii, 
1862, 19; ' Natural History of India,' 
annoimcement of, 1862, 90; 'Birds of 
India,' 1863, 219; 1864. 117; 1865, 
98; 1866, 225, 336; 1867, 1, 147, 
294; 1871, 234, 3^5; 1872, 1, 114, 
297 ; letter on Phoenicopterus rubidus, 
1869, 230; letter on two new species 



of Phasianidffi, 1870, 147; on some 
new species of birds from the North- 
east Frontier of India, noticed 1871, 
447; death of, 1872,342. 

Jersey, on Pallas's Sand- Grouse in, 1888, 
376. 

Jesse, E., death of, 1868, 252. 

Jesse, W., appointment of, to the Abys- 
sinian Expedition, 1868, 134, 250; 
return of, from the Abyssinian Expe- 
dition, 1868, 504 ; notes on the birds 
of North-east Abyssinia and tlie Bogos 
Country, noticed 1871, 432 : on addi- 
tions to the birds of Corsica, 1876, 
380. 

, and Laboudiere, H. M., ' Bird 

Life,' noticed 1872, 193; 1873, 465. 

J. G., on the birds of the Stonyhurst 
Di.4rict, noticed 1889, 119. 

Joberf, M., on the nasal glands of birds, 
noticed 18 71. 448; on the structure 
of tlie bill of tlie Spoonbill, noticed 
1873,464. 

Jobi, on a new Cassowary from the 
Island of, noticed 1894, 5()0. 

Johns, C. A., 'British Birds in their 
Haunts," noticed 1862, 378. 

Johnston, II. II., letter on the breeding 
of Phcenicopterus antiquorum on the 
Lake of Tiniis, 1881, 173; report on 
the natural history of Mossamedes, 
noticed 1882, 4()3 ; letter on Balajni- 
ceps rex on the Cunene, 1883, 578; 
on his expedition to Kilimanjaro, 
1884, 216; 'The River Couijo,' no- 
ticed 1884.343: news of the Kiliman- 
jaro Expedition, 1884, 361 ; news of, 
from the Cameroons, 1886, 385 ; 1887, 
123. 

Jones, G. E., and Sludtze, E. J., ' Illus- 
trations of the Nests and Eggs of the 
Birds of Ohio," noticed 1880, 476. 

Jones, J. M., ' The Naturalist in Ber- 
muda," 1859, 104. 

Jouan, H., on birds of New Caledonia 
1865, 337 ; on the birds of Oceania, 
noticed 1880, 370. 

'Journal fvir Ornithologie,' 1859, 106, 
203,458; i860, 94,299, 421; 1861, 
200, 405 ; 1862, S3, 381 ; 1S63, 355; 
1865, 339; 1868, 228; 1871, 424; 
general index to, noticed 1871, 424. 

Jouv, P. L., on the birds of Japan, 
noticed 1883, 562 ; 188';, 106 ; on the 
Collection of, 1892, 57 (i ; notes on 
birds from Central Mexico, noticed 
1894, 5.58; obituarial notice of, 1894, 
582. 

Juan Fernandez, on the birds of, 1871, 
178; 1872, 454; 1874, 81; 1875, 
370. 



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JuUien, J., on the auatoiuy of Apteno- 

dytes patagoniea, noticed 1884, 209. 
' Jungle-Life ia India,' Balls', noticed 

18 So, -239. 
Junker, W., ' Travels in Africa,' noticed 

1S95. 137,138. 
Jutland, on the ornithology of West, 

1894, 339. 



K. 



Kabruang, exhibit ion of co-types of birds 
from, 1894, 547. 

Kachh, on the mammals and birds in- 
habiting, noticed 1873, 485. 

Kagu, on the anatomy of the, noticed 
1872, 444; on the powder-downs of 
the, noticed 1872, 4-44. 

Kaiser, A., on the birds of Sinai, noticed 
1894,307. 

Kaiser- Wilhelms-Land, on birds of, 
1886, 517; 1887, 120 ; 1893, 140. 

Kalgan, notes on a journey from Canton 
to, noticed 1871, 477. 

Kalinowski, J., news of, in Peru, 1894, 
141. 

Kalulong (Blount), list of birds from, 
1893, 54fi; on new species of birds 
from, 1893, 568; additional list of 
birds from, 1894, 421. 

Kamptee, notes on birds observed at, 
noticed 1S72, 415, 442. 

Kamtschatka, on the birds of, 1883, 
575; 1884, 207, 213, 34fi ; 1885, 
441; 1886, 201, 381: on a Wood- 
pecker from, noticed 1889, 393. 

Kanawha County, Virginia, on the 
summer birds of, noticed 1873, 
482. 

Kansas, on the birds of, noticed 1873, 
432 ; Goss's ' Catalogue of the Birds 
of.' noticed 1884, 341; Goss's ' Birds 
of,' noticed 1891, 451. 

Karen-nee, ornithological notes from, 
1875, 348; on new birds from tlie 
mountains of, noticed 1890, 118. 

Kashgaria, on birds of the Upper Tarira, 
1885,352. 

Kattiawar, on the birds of, 1873, 397 ; 
1874,97. 

Kauai Island, on the birds of, noticed 
1888, 143; 1890,400. 

Kaup, J., on the Strigidse, 1859, 455; 
notice of the death of, 1874, 471. 

Keeler, C. A., on the colours of birds, 
noticed 1893, 582. 

Kei Islands, on the birds of the, no- 
ticed 1880, 140. 

Kelat, on the birds of, i88g, 145. 

Kelham, H. R., ornithological notes 



made in the Straits Settlements and 
in the Western States of the Slalay 
Peninsula, 1881, 362, 501: 1882, 1, 
185. 

Kenipen, C. v., on abnormalities in 
coloration of animals, noticed 1889, 
120 ; on rare birds of the Nortli of 
France, noticed 1890, 122; on Pallas's 
Sand-Grouse in the North of France, 
noticed 1890, 250. 

Kenia (Mount), on Dr. Gregory's expedi- 
tion to, 1894, 121 ; on the Nectarinia 
of, 1894, 4.52. 

Kennedy, A. W. M. Clark-, ' Birds of 
Berkshire and Buckinghamshire,' 
noticed 1868, 338; on the avifauna of 
the desert of Sinai, 1874, 107. 

Kennedy, W. R., ' Sporting Sketches 
in South America,' noticed 1892, 
452. 

Kennicott, R., news of, in North Ame- 
rica, 1862, 307; on the oological ex- 
plorations of, 1865, 2.39. 

Kentucky, Beckham's ' List of the Birds 
of Nelson County,' noticed 1886, 
190. 

Kerguelen Island, on a new Teal from, 
1875, 328 ; contributions to the 
Natural History of, noticed 1876, 
274; on the birds of, noticed 1877, 
479. 

Kermadec Islands, on a new Petrel from 
the, 1891, 192; on birds of the, noticed 
1892, 333. 

Kerr, J. Graham, extracts from letters 
from, on the Pilcomavo Expedition, 
1890, 350 ; 1 89 1, 13, 1260; return of, 
from the Pilcomayo, 1891, 475; on 
the avifnuna of the Lower Pilcomayo, 
1892, 120. 

Keulemans, J. G., on birds of Cape 
Verde Islands and Ilha do Principe, 
1867, 244 ; ' Onze Vogels in Huis en 
Tuin,' noticed 1870, 26S. 

Khasi Hills, list of birds obtained in 
the, noticed 1 871, 437 ; 1873, 452. 

Kidder, J. H., and Coucs, E., contri- 
butions to the Natural History of 
Kerguelen's Island, noticed 1876, 
274. 

Kiel, notes on the bird collections in the 
Mu.«euna at, 1894, 549. 

Kikombo, on birds (Voin, 1889, 224. 

Kilimanjaro, Joimston's ex]jedition to, 
1884, 216, 361 ; letter cm the Rev. E. 
Fitch's birds from, 1890, 126; de- 
parture of F. Bohndorlf for, 1894, 
454. 

Kina Balu, on Mr. Wliitehead's col- 
leelions from, 1887, 4.35; 1888, 38.3, 
478 ; 1893, 2'^1 : on the avifauna of. 



66 



1893. 5G0; 1894. 633; on the ex- 
ploration of, noticed 1893, 590. 

King, W. R., ' Sportsman and Naturalist 
in Canada/ noticed 1867, 125. 

Kingfishers, of the Dutch Indies, 1866, 
117; Sharpe's 'Monograph of the,' 
noticed 1868, 472; 1869,215; 1870, 
121,500; 1871,431,469; 1872,457; 
1873, 483; of South Africa, 1869, 
275 ; on the anatomy of certain, no- 
ticed 1 871, 426; Sharpe's Catalogue 
of the, in the British Museum, noticed 
1894,443, 449. 

Kingsley, J. S., ' Standard Natural His- 
tory,' Birds, noticed \S^6, 368. 

Kirghiz Steppes, on the zoology of the, 
noticed 1888, 136. 

Kirk, J., on birds of Eastern Tropical 
Africa, 1864, 307. 

Kirk, T. \V., remarks on albinos of Car- 
pophaga novje-zealandiffi, and a defor- 
mity of the bill in Heteralocha acuti- 
rostris, noticed 188 1, 162; on varia- 
tions of colour in New Zealand birds, 
noticed 1886, 85; on the Eastern 
Golden Plover (Charadrius fulvus) 
near Wellington, noticed 1886, 86; 
notes on the birds of New Zealand, 
1888, 42; 1889, 296. 

Kites, osteological notes on, 1891, 228. 

Kittiwake, on the rudimentary hallux of 
the, 1892, 442, 575. 

Kittlitz, K H. v., travels of, in Russian 
America, 1859. 1^8. 

Kiwi, see Apteryx. 

Kleinschmidt, — , note on the death 

of, 1881,610. 
Knox, A. E., on the habits of the Black- 
vinged Stilt, as observed on its occur- 
rence in Sussex, 1859, 395 ; de; th of, 
1887, 126. 
Knudsen, V., on a collection of birds 

from Kauai, noticed 1890, 460. 
Koch, G., ornithological notes for the 
j'ear 1869, noticed 1871, 448 ; ' Syno- 
psis der Vogel Deutsehlands,' noticed 

1872, 439 ; on the Sylviidae of Central 
Germany, noticed 1872, 439; 'Die 
Stelhing der Vogel,' noticed 1872, 439 ; 

1873, 464 ; on birds observed on the 
swamps at Erlangen, noticed 1873, 
465. 

Koenig, A., on the birds of Madeira 
and the Canary Islands, noticed 
1891, 615; on the birds of the 
Canaries, 1892, 181 ; Second Report 
on the birds of Tunis, noticed 1893, 
457. 

Kohl, F. F., and Pelzeln, A. v., on the 
birds of Ceylon, noticed 1887, 11.'^. 



Koller, jr., list of the birds of Holland 

noticed 1888, 485. 
Kolombatovic, J., on the Vertebrates 

of Dalmatia, noticed 1887, 354. 
Kona, notes on collecting in, 1893, 

101. 
Konig-Warthausen, Baron R., on the 
nesting of Warblers, i860, 95; on the 
nidification of certain birds in North- 
eastern Africa, i860, 122, 432; on the 
breeding of the Nutcracker, 1861, 405 ; 
on eggs of Sterna, 1870, 130; on a 
' talking ' Starling and the ' Reb- 
hiihner' of Rhodes, noticed 1871, 
448. 
Konkan, letter on the list of birds of, 

1882, 469. 
Koran, on the birds mentioned in the, 

noticed 1889, 564. 
Kore.i,on a small collection of birds from, 

1S85, 194. 
Kossman, R., on the oil-gland of birds, 

noticed 1872, 4.39. 
Krarup- Hansen, 0. J. L., on the flight of 

birds, 1870, 516. 
Krefft, G., letter from, on the birds of 
the Brampton shoals, 1862, 190; ex- 
tract of a letter from, on Calypto- 
rhynchus xanthonotus, 1863, 117; 
letter on some Australian bird.s, 1869, 
348. 
Kretzschmar, P. J,, departure of, for 

Lamu, 1894, 454. 
Krieger, 0., on Buteo tachardus and 
Milvus ater in Thuringia, noticed 
1871, 448; 1872, 439. 
Kroonstad. on a collection of hi: ds from, 

1887,324. 
Kroyer's ' Tidsskiift,' noticed 1 862, 382 ; 
Fischer's articles in, noticed 1863, 
470. 
Krukenberg, C. F. W., on the colouring- 
matter of feathers, noticed 188 1, 602; 
1882, 336; 1883, 104; on the colour- 
ing-matter of birds' eggs, noticed 18S3, 
57ii. 
Kriiper, T., on Falco eleonorje, 1865, 
341 ; on Aquila pennata and Nisus 
badius in Macedonia, noticed 1873, 
465. 
Kumaon, on the birds of, 1861, 217; 

1869, 353. 
Kurile Islands, on birds from the, no- 
ticed, 1892, 177. 
Kutter, O. F., report on the ornithology 
of the Philippines, noticed 1883, 571 ; 
death of, 1891, 480. 
Kuwert, A., ornithological notes, noticed 
1871,448. 



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Labouchpre, H. M., and Jesse, W., 
' Bird-Life,' noticed 1872, 193; 1873, 

Labrador, on the birds of, 1862, 8.); 
1863, 110 ; ou the vertebrites of, 
1867, 130; on the natural history 
of the coast of, noticed 1884, 111 ; 

on explorations in, noticed 1892,453; 
Packard's ' Tiie Labrador Coast,' no- 
ticed 1892, 559. 
L:ifre.snaye, Baron F. de, sale of his 

collections, 1863,479. 
L.igopus, on the genus, in the British 

Isles, Scandinavia, and Spitzbergen, 
1894, 122. 
' Laliore to Yarkand,' Henderson and 

Hume's, noticed 1873, 3-1. 
' Lakeland,' Macpherson and Ferguson's 

' A Vertebrate Fauna of,' noticed 

1893, 1.33. 
Lamellirostres, synopsis of the Argen- 
tine, noticed 1873, 440. 
Lainmersejer, on the red colouring of 

the, i86i, 182. 
LamprotornithiniK, note on the, 1859, 

202; niunograph of the African, 

1859, 323,458. 
L:inai, on a new species of Hemignathus 

from, 1893, 25(). 
Lancashire, Mitcliell's' Birds of,' noticed 

1883, 120; 1885, 44t5 ; Macpherson 

and Ferguson's ' Vertebrate Fauna of,' 

noticed 1893, 138. 
Landbeck, L., on the Coots of Chili, 

1863, 22.3; on Geositta antarctica, 

noticed 1 881, 481. 
, and Philippi, E. A., ' Beitriigo zur 

Fauna von Peru,' 1863, 467; 1864 

120; note on tlie papers of, in the 

' Anales de la L'niversidad de Chili,' 

1866, 424 ; Catalogue of the Birds of 

Chili, noticed 187 1, 458. 
Landois, H., report of the Westphalian 

Ornithological Society for 1872, no- 
ticed 1873, 4G5. 
Lanen, — , on the domestication of the 

Ostrich at the Cape, noticed 1872, 

440. 
Lanfossi, P., on Muscicapa albicollis, 

1863,471. 
Langille, J. H., ' Our Birds in their 

Haunts,' noticed 1885, 317. 
Lanius, on the Javan species of, 1869. 

242 ; on the osteology of, noticed 

1882,341. 
Lankoran, on a collection of birds from, 

1884,42.5. 
Lansdell, H., ' Russian Central Asia,' 



noticed 1886, 8l3 ; 'Chinese Central 
Asia,' noticed 1S94, 439. 
Lapland, Meves's Zooh)gical tour in, 
noticed i860, 191 ; on the birds of, 
i86r, 109; Wheelwright's 'Spring 
and Summer in,' noticed 1865, 331; 
on a birds'-nesting ramble in, iSS?. 
158. 

La Plata: Page's 'La Plata,' noticed 
1859,205; on the birds of, i86i,200; 
Buruieister's ' Reise durch die La 
Plata Staaten,' 1863, 357 ; Page's ex- 
pedition to the, 1889, 402; Hudson's 
' N ituralist in,' noticed 1892, 452. 

LaridiB, see. under Gulls. 

Larks : on the Horned Larks of Nortli 
America, noticed 189 r, 418; on a 
little-known species of Otocorys, 1892, 
522. 

Lataste, F., notes on Chilian birds, 
noticed 1894, 559. 

Latham, R. G., and Ansted, D. T., 
' Channel Islands,' noticed 1863, 223. 

La Touehe, J. D. D. de, letter on Mr. 
F. \V. Styan's paper on the birds of 
Foichow, 1887,469; on birds collected 
or observed in the vicinity of Foochow 
and S^vatow iu South-eastern China, 
1892, 400, 477. 

Laugier, M., and Temminck, C. J., on 
the dates of the ' Planches coloriees' 
of, 1868, 499. 

Lawrence, G. N., on two new Gulls, 
1859, 110; on seven new Humming- 
birds, 1859, 110 ; notes on Cuban 
birds, 1861, 209; on the birds of 
Panama, 1861, 209, 406; 1862, 10, 
186; 1863,110,181; 1864,128; 1866, 
119; on new American birds, 1S63, 
110; 1865. 106; 1867, 247; 1868, 
114,11.5,485; 1870, 280, 281 ; 1872, 
440 ; 1875, 383 ; on a new bird irom 
Sombrero, 1865, 106; on new biiuls 
from Central America, New Granada, 
and Nicaragua, 1866, 214; Catalogue 
of the BirdsofNew York, noticed 1866, 
418 ; on new birds from Mexico and 
Central and South America, 1867, 130; 

1872, 440 ; on birds of New Granada, 

1868, 230 ; list of birds of Costa Rica, 

1869, 3J0; 1870, 107; 1871, 463; 
on birds from Puna Iblaud and 
Yucatan, 1870, 280, 281 ; on Central 
American Psittacidoe, 1871, 249; 
note on Porzana guatemalensis, 1871, 
370; descripti'ms of new species of 
Troglodyiidie and Tyrannidte, noticed 
i8-'2, 440 ; note on tlie Barnacle 
Goose, noticed 1872, 441 ; on Nco- 
morf)liu9 pucherani and its allies, 

1873, 287; (m the Natural History 

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R8 



of Tree Marias and Socorro, noticed 
1873, 454 ; descriptions of new species 
of Icterus and Synallasis, noticed 
1873, 465; note on Muscipeta incar.- 
escens, 1876, 497 ; on a new Pitangus, 
noticed 1877, 481 ; characters of a 
Bupposed new species of South-Ame- 
rican Thrusli, Tardus brunneus, 1878, 
57 ; on new species of birds from the 
Island of Dominica, noticed 1878, 
103; on the genus Gymnoglaux, 1878, 
184 ; list of birds obtained by Mr. F. 
A. Ober in the Island of Dominica, 
notif-ed 1878, 195; on Chrysotis lac- 
tifruns, noticed 1878, 878; on new 
species of birds fron^ the West Indies, 
noticed 1878, 4&S ; on Sporadinus 
bracei, Ortliorhynchus emigrans, and 
Cyrtonyx sumichrasti, noticed 1878, 
468 ; Catalogue of the Birds of St. 
Vincent, noticed 1879,209; Catalogue 
of the Birds of Dominica, noticed 
1879, 210 ; (Catalogue of tlie Birds of 
Antigua and Bavbuda, noticed 1879, 
211 ; deseri))tion of a new species of 
Cliffitura, noticed 1879,21!; catalogue 
of the birds collected by Mr. Ober in 
the islands of tlie Lesser Antilles, 
noticed 1880, 135; descriptions of 
Chrysotis coeligena, Brotogerys ferrii- 
gineifrons, and Melopclia pliunbes- 
cens, 1880,237 ; description of a new 
Chrysotis (C. nichollsi), noticed 1881, 
284; on a new subspecies of Loxigiila, 
noticed 1882, 337 ; on tlie birds 
of Yucatan, noticed 1882, 463, 602 ; 
1886, 195,370 ; on a new Mnrgarops, 
1882, 603; on a new subspecies of 
Loxigiila, noticed 1882, 603; on new 
species of Chrysotis, Formicivora, and 
Spermophiln, noticed 1883, 571 ; on 
a new species of the family Cypselidaa, 
noticed 1885, 107 ; on new species of 
Tyrannidse, Cypselidaj, and Colum- 
bida;, n(jticed 18S5, 317; on a new 
Engyptila, with notes on two Yucatan 
birds, noticed 1886, 195; on a new 
Thrush from Grenada, noticed 1887, 
354 ; on new Sylviida?, Troglodytidae, 
and Tyrannidffi, noticed 1887, 462; 
on a new species of Catharus from 
Ecuador, noticed 1889, 120; on the 
breeding of Puffinus auduboni in 
Grenada, W.I., with a note on Zen- 
aida rnbripes, noticed 1889,386; on 
the former abundance of migrants on 
New York Island, noticed 1891, 454; 
on a species of Swift and a note on 
the Diablotin, noticed 1891,454; on 
the published writings of, noticed 
1893, 45,T ; iin the validity of Chry- 
sotis canifrons, 1893, 566. 



Lawrence, 6. N., Baird, S. F., and Oassin, 
J., ' Birds of North America,' noticed 
i860, 423. 

Lawson, C. K, death of, announced 
1 88 1, 292, 

Layard, E. L., 'The Birds of South 
Africa,' proposed 1861, 120, an- 
noimced 186.6, 426, noticed 1868, 
101, notes on, 1868, 135, 253, 265, 
Sharpe's edition, announced i87'z, 
193; 1873, 323, noticed 1875, 605; 
1876, 272; 1877, 375; 1882, 467; 
1884, 463; notes on the sea-birda 
observed during a voyage in the Ant- 
arctic Oce'in, 1862,97 ; return <if, to 
Cape Town, 1863,240; ornithological 
notes from the Antipo<les, 1863, 241 ; 
extract of a letter from, on Numida 
vidturina and N. cristata, 1864, 133; 
extract from a letter from, on the 
swimming of Skuas, 1866, 220; lettcir 
on the habitat of Phlexis layardi, 
1866, 424 ; letter on the Wire-bird of 
St. Helena. 1867, 248 ; letter on the 
eggs of some occiinic birds, 1867, 
457 ; on .'"'outh-African Ornithology, 
1868,119,242; 1869,68,36!; 1870, 
282, 443; 1 87 1, 103, 225; letter on 
varialian in plumage of birds, 1869, 
458 ; on the Tchagra of Levaillant, 
1870, 460 ; on birds observed during 
a voyage from Cape Town, 1871, 
103 ; residence of, at Para, 1872,208; 
on birds seen during a voyage to 
Para, 1872, 336 ; on the absence of 
birds in the South Atlantic, 1873, 
33! ; on the birds of Para, 187 3, 374; 
on a new Flycatcher (Myiagra). 1875, 
434 ; on the birds of the Fiji Islands, 
1876, 137, 152, 387; 1881, 170; 
news of, from Fiji, 1876, 386; on a 
new species of Myiolestes, 1876, 498 ; 
on Samoan birds, 1876, 604; letter 
onRliipidura and Lamprolia victorias, 
1878, 198; on new birds from Lifu, 
noticed 1879, 95; letter on Ardea 
sacra, 1879, 221 ; letter on Anous and 
Sterna, 1879, 364; letter on Lorius 
chlorocercus, 1879, 365; ornitholo- 
gical letter from Havauna Harbour, 
1879,484; notes on the ornithology 
of Ceylon, 18S0, 279; notes on the 
avifaima of New Caledonia and the 
Loyalty Islands, 1880, 336; short 
notes fix)m New Caled nia, i88c, 
381 ; on two species of Halcyon, 
1880, 459; news of, from New Cale- 
donia, 18S1, 496; description of a 
new species of Aplonis (Aplonis rufi- 
pennis) from Yate Island, 18S1, 542; 
bird-notes from New Caledonia, 1884, 
122 : letter on the addition of Phala- 



69 



crocorax sliotocephalus to the avi- 
fauna of JS'ew Caledonia, 1888, 491. 

Layard, E. L.,and Layard, E. L. C, oa 
the avifauna of New Caledonia, 1877, 
355; 1878,250; 1879,107,109; 1881, 
132, 171 ; 18S2, 493 ; on the avifauna 
of Ihe New Hebrides, 1878, 207; 
1881, 132; notes on the afifauna of 
tlie Loyalty Islands, 1S80, 220; note 
on Pacl]jcephala assiniilis, 1880, 4(50; 
on the avifauna of New Caledonia 
and the New Hebrides, 1881, 132; 
letter on some birds, nests, and eggs 
from New Caledonia and Norfolk 
Island, 1881, 171 ; note on Sternula 
placeus, 1 8 87, 476. 

, and Sharpe, R. B., ' Birds of 

South Africa,' announced 1872, 193; 
1873,323, noticed 1875, 505; 1876, 
272; 1877, 375; 1882, 467; 1884, 
463. 

, and Tristram, IL B., on a new 

Thrush (Turdus niareensis) from the 
Loyalty Islands, 1879, 471. 

Layard, E. L. C, notes of a collecting- 
trip in the New Hebrides, Solomon 
Inlands, New Britain, ami Duke-of- 
York Islands, 1880, 2S0. 

Laysan, exhibition of some birds from, 
JS93, 438; description of Dioniedea 
iu)mutabili-s from, 1893, 448; Roth- 
schild's 'Avifauna of,' noticed 1894, 
132, 315. 

Lear, E., death of, 1888, 280. 

Lee, R. L., on eight in birds with a 
description of the eye, noticed 1873, 
466. 

Lee, ^y. B., on the ornithology of the 
Argentine Republic, 1873, 1-^- 

Legge, \V. v., letter on the distribution 
of the Redshank in England, 1866, 
420 ; on a Malurine bird from Ceylon, 
noticed 1871, 449; on a speci«s of 
Zosterops in Ceylon, noticed 1872, 
441; on the birds of Ceylon, 1872, 
441; 1874.7; 1875,273,395; 1876, 
126; 1878,201; description of Scops 
minutus, noticed 1879, 90; letter on 
P«diononuis torquatus, 1882, 610; 
' Birds of Ceylon,' noticed 1880, 136; 
1 88 1, 163 ; remarks on the Acanthiza; 
of Tasmania, 1888, 93. 

Lemaire, C. L., and Prevost, F., 
'Oiseaux d'Europe/ noticed 1864, 
120. 

Le Messurier, A., ' Game, Shore, and 
Water Birds of India,' noticed 1888, 
36C). 

Lenietteil, E., on tlie occurrence of Anser 
ruficollis in France, noticed 1881. 481. 



Le Moine, J. M., on the ornithology of 

Canada, 1861, HI, 210, 407; 1885. 

229. 
Lempriere, E., on birds collected in 

Southern Palawan by, 1884, 310. 
Lena Delta, on the birds of the, noticed 

1885,443. 
Leotaud, A., 'Oiseaux de I'ile de la 

Trinidad.' 1867, 104; dea.h of, 1867, 

256. 
Le Prestre, F., on the reproduction of 

Droma;us novse-hoUandiie, noticed 

1871, 449. 

Le Souel", D., on the nesting of Queen 
Victoria's Rifle-bird, noticed 1893, 
459. 

Lestris, on the species of, noticed 1880, 
367. 

Leucopternis, revision of the geuus, 

1872, 239. 

Leut'osticte, on the genus, noticed 1875, 

601 ; 1878, 101. 
Leuthner, F.,on the proposed expedition 

of, to the Orinoco, 1884, 359. 
Levaillant, F., ' Oiseaux d'Afrique,' 

1859, 324; on the Tchagra of, 1870, 

460. 
Leverian birds in the Vienna Museum, 

1873, 14, 105; 1874, 461. 
Leverkiihn, P., ornithological excur- 
sions, noticed 1887,354; on the birds 
mentioned in the Koran, noticed 

1889, 564; on new South-American 
bird.s, noticed 1889, 564; 1891,128; 
on the legendary history of the 
Hoopoe, noticed 1890, 115; on va- 
riations in coloration of birds, noticed 

1890, 116, 374; 1891, 280; on the 
literature of Syrrliaptes, noticed 
1890^ 116; 1892, 171; 01? former 
Pomeranian bird-life, notic.-d 1891, 
280; letter on confounding Surnia 
ulula with Asio accipitrinus. noticed 

1891, 464; on the new appointment 
and change of address of, 1893, 698; 
on the breeding of the Crotophagidaj, 
noticed 1894, 560. 

, ar.d Berlepscli, H. v., on new 

South-American birds, noticed 1S91, 
128. 

Lewis, Grace A., on the Lyre-bird, 
noticed 1872, 442. 

Lewis. H., on birds observed in Hert- 
fordshire, noticed 1894, ^'■^^*- 

Leycester, A. A., nairative of an excur- 
sion to the mountains of tiie Rich- 
i7iond River, New South Wales, 1861, 
167. 

Leyden Museum, Catalogues of thr> 
noticed 1861. 108, 406; 1863. 105. 



ro 



;{58; 1864, 37, 124,397,401; 1865, 
102,342,533; 1867, 375; 1868, 110; 
1874, 454; 1881, 166; Notes from 
the,' noticed 1879, 217. 

LiakofF Island (Great), on the birds 
observed on, 1888, 344. 

Liberia, Zoological researches in, 
noticed i886, 80; 18S7, 247; 1888, 
482; 1 891, 129; on the birds of, 
noticed, 1886, 80; 1887, 247; 1888, 
482; 1889, 560, 5G1 ; sketches of, 
noticed 1891, 613. 

Liebe, K. Th., on birds found breeding 
near Gera, noticed 1873, 466. 

Lifu, ou birds from, 1879, 05, 180. 

Lighthouses, on birds caught at, 1885, 
334. 

Light-stations, on birds at the German, 
noticed 1892, 329; on birds at the 
Danish, noticed 1892, 344; 1893, 
150; 1894, 135. 

Liguria, on Cvpselus affinis in, noticed 
1891, 138. 

Lilford, Lord, on birds ob-served in the 
Ionian Islands and Albania, Epirus, 
Acarnania, and Montenegro, i860, 
1, 133, 228, 338; on the extinction 
in Europe of the Common Francolin 
(Francolinus vulgaris), 1862, 352; 
on the Ornithology of Sjmin, 1865, 
166; 1866, 173,377; letter on Otus 
capensis from Gibraltar, noticed 1871, 
449 ; on Calandrella reboudia and 
Numenius hudsonicus in Spain, 1873, 
98 ; on the cruise of the ' Zara ' in 
the Mediterranean, 1875, 1; letter 
on Larus audouini, 1880, 480; notes 
on the birds of Seville, 1883, 233; 
on rare birds in Andalucia, 1S84, 
124 ; on the avifauna of Cyprus, 
1887, 122; notes on Mediterranean 
Ornithology, 1887, 261; 'Coloured 
Figures of British Birds,' noticed 
1886, 86; 1887, 249; 1889, 386; 
1891, 4.')5 ; 1893, 268; on Guilie- 
niard's tour in Cyprus, 1888, 94; 
list of tiie birds ot Cyprus, 1889, 
305 ; letter on the nesting-habits of 
tlie Bustard-Quail (Turnix nigri- 
collis), 1892, 467. 
Lima, ou the birds of, noticed 1872, 

455. 
Liniicolic, on rare or little known, 1869, 
304, 426; 1870, 201, 378; 1873, 
260; 1874, 241; from Shanghai, 
1873, 423; on the osteology of the, 
noticed 1885, 325. 
Limo.sa, on a species of, described by 

Martorelli, 1891, 133, 296. 
Linderm.iyer, A., ' Die Vogel Griechen- 
lands,' noticed 1861, 108. 



Linncan genera, on the types of, 1876, 

94. 
Linnean Society of New South Wales, 

'Proceedings' of the, noticed 1877, 

120; 1878, 472; 1888, 275. 
Linnean Society of Normandy, ' M6- 

moires ' of the, i860, 189. 
Linnets, on the correct generic name 

of the, 1892, 555. 
Lisbon, on the birds near, 1865, 337; 

' Jornal de Sciencias de Lisboa,' 1868, 

344; 1869, 117; 1870, 1.34, 519; 

Barboza du Bocage's ' List of Birds in 

the Lisbon Museum,' noticed 1870, 

1.34. 
Lister, C. E., notes on the birds of St. 

Vincent, 1880, 38. 
Littlcboy, J. E., notes on the birds ob- 
served in Hertfordshire, noticed 1883, 

216; 1887, 109; 1889, 247. 
Liu Kiu Islands, see Loo Choo Islands. 
Livonia, on the dates of arrival of birds 

in, noticed 1873, 466. 
Llewellyn, W., notice of the occurrence 

of Aedon galactodes in Great Britain, 

i860, 103. 
Lloyd, J. H., on certain species of 

Cyornis, 1872, 197; on Ilypsipetes 

ganeesa, 1872, 202; on a new Barbet 

from Western India, 1873, 124; on 

the birds of Kattiawar, 1873, 397; 

1874, 97; on some birds from the 

Eunn of Cutch, 1876, 280; letter on 

his list of Konkan species, 1882, 469. 
Lloyd, L., ' Game-birds and Wild-Fowl 

of Sweden and Norway,' noticed 1867, 

372. 
Lob-nor, on Prejevalsky's expedition to, 

noticed 1878, 375 ; 1881, 178. 
Loche, Capt., on the Mannnals and 

Birds of Algeria, noticed 1859, 106; 

on two new birds from Algeria, 1859, 

202; on new Algerian Larks, i860, 

298; on the collection of Algerian 

birds of, 1889, 140. 
Locust-bird, on the breeding-habits of 

the, 1883, ^''^5. 
Loewis-Kudling, O., on the dates of 

arrival of birds in Livonia in 1872, 

noticed 1873, 466. 
Lonias de Zaraora, on the birds of, 1888, 

4C)1. 
Lombardy, Bettoni on the birds of, 

noticed 1868, 106; 1870,132; 1871, 

420; 1872,415. 
' Lomond,' Gray's ' Birds of Loch,' no- 
ticed 1867, 373 
London, on birds ob.-erved during a 

voyage to New Zealand from, 1867, 
185; Pigott's 'London Birds and 

London Insects,' noticed 1893, 270, 



7J 



586 ; Sw.uin's ' Birds of,' noticed 
1893, 590. 

Loo Choo Islands, on the birds of tliL% 
1887, 173, 3(10; 1888, 232; 1893,4?; 
on a new species ot'Owl (Scops pryeri) 
from, 1889,302; letter on collecting 
in, 1892, 575; exhibition of some 
birds from, 1893, 11(5. 

Lord, J. K., on birds" nests and eggs 
collected by the British North Ameri- 
can Boundary Commission, 1866, 208; 
'Naturalist in Vancouver Island and 
British Columbia,' noticed 1867, 126. 

Lord Howe's Island : Hill's ' Lord Howe's 
I-land,' noticed 1871, 443; on the 
Zoology of, noticed 1883, lOS ; 
Etheridge's " Lord Howe Island,' Aves, 
noticed 1890, 114; on additions to 
the avifauna of, noticed 1893. 2(Jt). 

Lorenz, L. v., on the skeletons of Strin- 
gops and Nestor, noticed 1882, 463 ; 
on the birds of the Caucasus, noticed 
1887, 4()2 ; on the birds of Austro- 
Hungary, noticed 1893, 459, 597 ; on 
an ornitliological excursion to the 
Lower Danube, noticed 1893. 583. 

, and Pelzeln, A. v., on the types 

in the Vienna Museum, noticed 1887, 
2.54; 1888, 3fJ7, 487. 

Loria, L., on birds collected by, in Papua, 
noticed 1891, 137; 1892, 176. 

Lorikeet, on a rare species of, 1891, 
48. 

Loriu.s, on the close connection between 
Trichogh.ssus and, 1859, 200. 

Loss Islands, on birds from the, nuticed 
1880, 245. 

'Lothian,' Turnbull's 'Birds of East-,' 
1867, 373. 

Loughborough, on Pallas's Sand-Grouse 
at, 1888, 376. 

L'juisiade Islands, on birds from the, 
1889, 553. 

Loxia, on the variability of the genus, 
noticed 1883, 213; review of the 
American species of, noticed 1884, 
460. 

Loyalty Islands, on a new Thrush from 
the, 1879, "l^l ; on the avifauna of 
the, 1880, 220, 336. 

Lubbock, Sir J., on the kilchen-mid- 
dens of Denmark, 1862, 76 ; on the 
lake-habitations of ancient Switzer- 
land, 1862, 179. 

Lucas, F. A., on the osteology of tlie 
Thruslies, Mimina;, and Wrens, 
noticed 1889,387; on bird-skeletons 
collected by the ' Albatross.' noticed 
1 89 1, 133; on an expediticm to Funk 
Island and obser\ations on the Great 
Auk, noticed 1891, 281; on tiie 



osteology of the Paridte, Sitta, and 
Chamrea, noticed 1892, 171; on the 
tongue in the Hunaniing-bird, noticed 
1892, 172; on the explorations of the 
'Grampus' in Newfoundland and 
Labrador, noticed 1892, 453; on 
Swifts and Humming-birds, 1893, 
365; on the osteology of Nothura 
maculosa, noticed 1888, 134. 

Lucas, F. A., and Stejneger, L., on the 
natural history of the Commander 
Islands : X. Pallas's Cormorant, no- 
ticed 1890, 382. 

Lucknow, Catalogue of the Birds in tlie 
Provincial Museum at, noticed 1890, 
455. 

Liihder, W., on tlio Ravens of New 
Ponierania and Riigen, noticed, 1873, 
46(). 

Liunholtz, C, ' Among Cannibals in 
Queensland,' noticed 1890, 250. 

Lund, P. v., death of, 1880, 481. 

Lunel, G., on Cisticola schoenicola and 
Tringa platyrliyncha. 1865, 531. 

Luxembourg, on the birds of, 1866, 210 ; 
1867, 244. 

Luzon, on the birds of Mount Arajat in 
Central. 1894,406; on the birds of iho 
highlands of North, 1894, 501 ; cha- 
racters of new birds from North, 1894, 
649. 

Lwoff, W., on the histologv of fcatliers, 
noticed 1886, 370. 

Lydekker, R , ' Siwalik Birds,' noticed 
1885, 107; on Bi-ilish fossil birds, 
1 89 1, 381 ; ' Catalogue of Fossil Mam- 
mals, Birds, &c., in the Dublin 
Museum,' noticed 1891, 4'i6 ; 'Cata- 
logue of Fossil Birds in the British 
Museum,' noticed 1891, 456; remarks 
on some recently described extinct 
birds from Queensland, 1892, 530; 
on the extinct giant birds of Argen- 
tina, 1893, 40; on his contem])lated 
visit to the Museums of the 
Argentine Republic, 1893, 477 ; 
note on the aquatic habits of the 
Chaja (Chauna chavaria), 1894, 
268. 

Lydenburg District (S. Africa), on the 
birds of the, 1876, 191, 422. 

Lyons, on the birds of the environs of, 
noticed 1892, 172. 

Lyre-bird, ou the nesting of tiie, 1859, 
203 ; notes on the, noticed 1872, 442 ; 
on Prince Albert's, in captivity, 1893, 
160. 

M. 

Maack, G. A., on an expedition to the 
Isthmus of Panama, 1872, 339. 



1 



Macao, on the ornithology of, j86i, 23. 
M'Cauley, C. A. H., 'Birds of the Eed 

Elver of Texas,' noticed 1S77, 484. 
M'Coy, F., letter on a question of pri- 
ority in the publication of names, 
1868, 122. 
Macedonia, on a new species of Acredula 

from, 1893, 248. 
Macfarland, W., on the Ruby-throated 
Humming-bird (Trochilus colubris), 
noticed 1887, 463. 
MacFarlaue, J. R. H., notes on birds in 
the Western Pacific ruade in H.M.S. 
'Constance' 1883-85, 1887, 201. 
MacFarlane, R., on birds and eggs from 

Arctic America, noticed 1892, 335. 
Macgillivrav, J., Zoological Notes, i860, 

418; death of, 1867,472. 
Mackay, ])., letter on some New-Zea- 
land birds, 1867, 144. 
Mackenzie Island, on the birds of, noticed 

1873, 467. 
McLean, J. C, notes on the Spotted 
Shag (Phalacrocorax punctatus), 1889, 
289; ornithok'gical notes from New 
Zealand, 1892, 260; on the inter- 
breeding of Rhipidiira fuliginosa 
with R. flabellifera, 1894, ICO. 
Macleay, W. S., death of, 1865, 240. 
M'Master, A. C, notes on birds observed 
at Nagpore, Kamptee, Chikalder, 
and Akola, noticed 1872, 416, 442. 
Macon (Fort), on the Natural History 

of, noticed 1872, 420. 
Macpherson, H. A., on the birds of Skye, 
noticed 18S7, 250; letter on birds 
observed at St. Kilda, 1887, 470; 
letter on the occurrence of Saxicola 
isabellina in Cumberland, 1888, 149; 
letter on the occurrence of Tringa 
maculata near Penrith, 1889, 136; on 
Pelagodroma marina, a Petrel new 
to the British list, 1891, 602. 

, and Duckworth, W., ' The Birds 

of Cumberland,' noticed 1886, 370. 

■ , and Ferguson, R. S., 'A Vertebrate 

Fauna of Lakeland,' noticed 1893, 
138 

, and Pidsley, W. E. H., ' Birds of 

Devonshire,' noticed 1891, 460. 
Macrochires, studies of the, noticed 

1890,260. 
Macropygia, on the genus, 1890, 214. 
MacRury, J., on the correct spelling of 

the name, 1889, 402. 
M'Vean, C. A., on the ornithology of 

Yedo, noticed, 1882, 463. 
Madagascar, on the ornithology of, 
1859, 460; i860, 300; 1861, "402; 
1862, 265; 1863, 166; 1866. 210. 
211 : 1868. 'J23; 18-., 472: 18-2, 



458; 1873, 483; 1877, 258, 334; 
1878, 191; 1881, 483; 1882, 459; 
1891, 194, 416, 567; 1892, 103, 261 ; 
news of E. Newton in, 1862, 94; on 
the Kestrel of, 1863, 34; arrival of 
F. Plant in, 1863, 120; notes on E. 
Newton's second visit to, 1863, 333, 
462 ; on the similarity of birds' names 
in Zambesia and, 1865,238; Schlegel 
and Pollen's ' Faune de,' 1868, 224, 
476; 1869, 112; on the birds of prey of, 
1S69, 443; on a new Muscicapine 
bird from, 1870, 498; descriptions of 
new animals found in, noticed 1871, 
439; Milne-Edwards and Grandidier's 
'Histoire de Madagascar,' noticed 
1878. 189; 1880, 136; 1887, 110; 
Hartlaub's ' Handbook of the Birds 
of,' proposed new edition of, 1880, 
2.55 ; Cowan on the Natural History 
of, noticed 1885, lOl ; on an ap- 
parently new Zost crops from, 1887, 
234 ; observations on j5ipyornis, 
noticed 1894, 307; on extinct birds 
from, noticed 1894, 440. 

Madan'isz, J. v., 'Zeitschrift fiir die 
gesammte Ornithologie,' vols, i., ii., 
noticed 18S6, 97 ; description of two 
new birds from Tibet, 1886, 145; 
letter on Syrrhaptes paradoxus in 
Hungary, 1888, 375; description of 
two new birds from the Finisterre 
Mountains in New Guinea, 1894, 
648. 

, and Pelzeln, A. v., ' Monographie 

der PipridiB,' announced 1886, 377, 
noticed 1S88, 137. 

Madeira, on two days at, 1863, 185; on 
the birds of, 1868, 183; 1869,288; 
1870, 499; 1872, 158, 209; 1890, 
438; 1891, 469, 615, 625; on the 
nests and eggs of the birds of, 

1870, 501 ; on ffistrelata mollis in, 
1890, 386; on the Petrels of, 1892, 
564. 

Magellan (Straits of), on the birds of 
the, 1868, 183; 1 869,283; 1870, 499; 

1871, 466; 1879, 356; 1890, 377; 
on nests and eggs of the birds of the, 
1870, 601. 

' Magenta,' on tlie birds collected during 
the voyage round the World of the, 
1868, '497; 1869, 61, 241 ; 1870, 
185; 1871,435. 

Magnus, H., on the sternum of birds, 
1870, 271 ; on the bones of the bird's 
skull, noticed 1 871, 449; 1872, 442. 

Maillard, L., ' Notes sur I'ile de la 
Reunion,' noticed 1863, 103. 

Maine, catalngue of the birds of, 1863, 
228. 473. 



Maingounut, M., k-lter on a new species 
of Argus, noticed 1884, 209. 

Miiir, W. G., notes on Ruvima Rocks, 
noticed 1873, "^'^T. 

Mairet, A., notes on the breeding of 
Game-birds in captivity, noticed 
1872. U-2. 

Miiklin, F. W., on classification of birds. 
18-0, 131; on albiuo birds, noticed 
i87i,441>. 

Malabar, letter on the birds of, 1 874, 92. 

Maliiva, on new species of birds from, 
1865. 343, 344; 1892, 99; on the 
Pigeons of the Archipelago, 1865, 
365 ; on the Raptorial birds of the 
Archipelago, 186S, 1, 215; Walla<re'8 
'Malay Archipelago,' noticed 1869, 
21(5; on the ornithology of, noticed 
1 87 1, 474 ; Rosenberg's ' Der Malay- 
ische Archipel,' noticed 1879, 361 ; 
notes on the birds of the Western 
States of the Peninsula, 1881, 3C)2, 
501; 1882, 1, 185. 

Male plumage, on an albino Grey-hen 
in, 1891, 459; of the genus Malurus, 
1891, 458. 

Malformations of the bill in birds, 
1881, 162; 1887,254; 1892, 338. 

Malherbe, A., on a new Woodpecker 
from Ecuador, noticed 1859, 105; 
' Monographic des Picides,' noticed 
1859, 115,458; i860, 187. 

Malimbus, on the genus, 1876, 456. 

Malm, A. W., ' Goteborgs och Bohuslans 
Fauna,' noticed 1878, 192 ; on a new 
hybrid Grouse (Lagopotetrix dick- 
sonii), 1881, 481; on the tracheal sac 
of the Emu, noticed i88i, 481 ; list 
of the duplicates of the Gothenburg 
Museum, noticed 1881, 482. 

Malmgren, A. J., on the birds of Spits- 
bergen, noticed 1865, 227, 534 ; 1868, 
229 ; letter on some South-African 
and Spitsbergen birds, 1869, 229; on 
birds of Finland, 1870, 132; ' Orni- 
tbologi.scher Notizen,' noticed 1871, 
449 ; on the Anseiida; of Finland and 
Scandinavia, noticed 1871, 449. 

^lalta, on the birds of, 1863, 435; 1864, 
42, 137, 291 ; 1865, 4.-)9 ; 1867, 239 ; 
1869, 245 ; 1870, 488 ; 1874, 223. 

MaluriuiE of J^orth-ea.stern Africa, 
1869, 79, 129, 

Manchester, on tlie biids of, noticed 
J 888, 136. 

Manchuria, Adams's ' Travels of a 
Naturalist in,' noticed 1871, 418. 

Mandt, M. W., letter on the ' Obser- 
vationes ' of, 1869, 239. 

Manila, on collei-rions of birds from the 
virinity of. 1884, 33(1; 1886, 1.^5. 



Manitoba, on the birds of. noticed 1891, 

622. 
Mansel-Pleydell, J. C, on the ornith- 
ology of Dorsetshire, noticed 1874, 

447 ; ' The Birds of Dorsetshire, ' 

noti.'ed 1888, 366. 
Mantauani, on a new Owl from, 1893, 

117. 
Manlell, W. B. D, on Moa-beds, 

noticed 1873,467. 
Manus of Phceiiicopterus, on the, 1880, 

183. 
Manzella, A., and Giglioli, IL II., Icono- 

grafia dell' Avifauna Italica,' noticed 

1880, 369; 1883, 378; 1886, 194; 

1893, 455. 
Marage R., on the sympathetic system of 

birds, noticed 1889, 387. 
March's notes on the birds of Jamaica, 

1864, 128, 404. 
Marchaud, A., on birds of the Eiire-et- 

Loir, 1865, 223; 1868, 103, 223; 

1869, 220; 1871, 450; descriptions 
of the down-stages of some European 
birds, noticed 1873, 467. 

Marchant, L., on the birds of the Gold 
Coast, noticed 1872, 442. 

' Marchesa,' Guillemard's ' Cruise of 
the,' noticed 1887, 248. 

Marey, E. J., on the flight of birds, 
1870,266; i8>i,450; 1873, 4t>7. 

Mark Brandenburg, on collections in 
the, noticed 1871, 456; 1885, 451; 
1886, 80; 1 89 1, 138. 

Markham, A. H., on birds collected in 
Novaya Zemlya by, noticed 1881, 602. 

' Marlboroiigli,' Im TImi-n's 'Birds of,' 
noticed, 1870, 509 ; 1871, 447. 

Marocco, sec Morocco. 

Marquesas Islands, on birds from the, 
1881,249. 

Marschall, A. F., and Pelzeln, A., 'Ornis 
Vindoboneiisis,' noticed 1882, 337. 

Marsh, O. C, on some fossil birds of 
tlie United States, noticed 1871, 450; 
descriptions of Hesperornis regalis 
and other fossil birds, noticed 1873, 
467 ; ' Monograjjli of t he Odontor- 
nithes,' noticed 1881, 164. 

Marshall, C. II. T., news of, from 
Chamba, N. India, 1883, 584; notes 
on the birds of Chainba, in the 
N.W. Himalayas, 1884, 404. 

, and Hume, A. O , ' The Game 

Birds of India,' announced 1877,259, 
noticed 1880, 242; 1 881, 480. 

, and Marshall, G. F. L., 'Mono- 
graph of the Caj)ilonida',' noticed 

1870, l.'-.6, .'05, 1871, 451, 452; 
1872, 327. 443; letter on a new 
species of Megalroma, 1870, 536. 



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Marshall, G. F. L., on birds from tbe 
N.W. Provinces of India, 1872, 203; 
'Birds'-nesting in India,' noticed 1877, 
484 ; on a new Pheasant (Piicrasia 
biddulphi) from the Himalayas, 1879, 
461. 

Marshall, W., on the internal organs of 
Rhinoehetns jubatus, noticed 1871, 
452 ; on tlie tail-feathers of Birds-of- 
Paradise, noticed 1872, 442; on the 
bony protuberances of the skull in 
certain birds, noticed 1873,468; on 
the bird's tail, noticed 1873, 468 ; on 
the changes in the German avifauna, 
1887,354; on Parrots, noticed 1889, 
565; on Woodpeckers, noticed 1889, 
566. 

Marsham, R., letters of Gilbert White to, 
1875, 521. 

Martens, E. v., ' Die Preussische Expe- 
dition,' 1 868, 340; on the bony 
protuberances of the skull iu certain 
birds, noticed 1873, 468. 

Martin, L., on the wii.dpipe in Tetrao 
urogalUis, noticed 187 1, 452. 

Martin, P. L., ' Die Praxis der Natur- 
gescliichte,' noticed 1871, 452; 
Brehm's 'Vogelhaus und seine 
Bewohner,' new edition, noticed 
1873,469. 

Martin, E.., on the birds of the Brenne, 
noticed 1887, 463. 

Martiniaue, on the birds of, 1864. 
157. 

Mariorelli, G., on the mammals and 
birds of Sardinia, noticed 1884, 457 ; 
on a species of Limosa, 1891, 133, 
296; on the migration of birds, 
noticed 1893, ^^58. 

Masafuera, on the birds of. 1874, 81 ; 
1875,370. 

Masai-land, on the birds of, noticed 
1884, 339; 1885,226. 

Mascarene Islands, on some extinct 
Gigantic Birds of the, 1866, 146; 
1894, 440; on the Psittaci of the, 
1876,281; on the avifauna of the, 
1877,258,334. 

Mason, F., ' Burmah,' noticed 1862, 
379. 

Massachusetts, on the I'are birds of, 
noticed 1871, 418. 

Masters, G., notes on a collection of 
birds from Port Darwin, noticed 
1879,96. 

Matabele-land, on the birds of, 1874, 
355; 18-6, 132; Oates's ' Matabele- 
land and the Victoria Falls,' noticed 
1882, 169, second edition, 1890, 
255. 

Mathew, M. A., ' Revised List of the 



Birds of Somerset,' noticed 1894, 
439. 

Mathew, M. A., and D'Urban, W. S. M., 
' Birds of Devon,' noticed 1893, 131. 

Mathews, G. F., on birds near Lisbon, 
1865, 337. 

Matto Grosso, on H. H. Smith's birds 
from Chapada, noticed 1892, 165; 
1894, 122. 

Mauai, exhibition of Palraeria mirabilis 
from, 1893, 249. 

Mauritius, on the departure of E. 
Newton for, 1859, 462; news of 
E. Newton in, i860, 201, 307; orni- 
thological notes from, 1861, 116, 180, 
270; on the discovery of Didine 
bones in, 1866, 128; on the discoxery 
of the remains of t4i6 Dodo in, 1866, 
141 ; on the Parrot contemporary 
with the Dodo in, 1866, 168; on the 
genus Oxynotus of, 1866, 275; on 
unpublished figures of the Dodo and 
other birds of, 1868, 503; on the 
bones of extinct birds from, noticed 
1893, 584. 

Maximilian of Wied, see Wied. 

Maximovicz, C. J., 'Zoologische Nach- 
richten vom L^ssuri,' noticed 1863, 
107. 

May (Isle of), Harvie-Bi-own on the 
bird-life of the, noticed 1888, 365. 

Maynard, 0. J., ' The Birds of Florida,' 
noticed 1873,323. 

— — , and Brewster, W., ' Catalogue of 
the Birds of Coos Co., N.H., and 
Oxford Co., Me.,' noticed 1873, 4(,9. 

Meade-Waldo, E. G., notes on some 
birds of the Canary Islands, 1889, 1, 
503; 1890, 429; news of, in tbe 
Canary Islands, 1889, 402; hst of 
birds obtained in the Canary Islands, 
1893, 185; exhibition of iBlackcap's 
eggs from the Canary Islands, 1894, 
290. 

Mediterranean, on the cruise of tlie 
'Zara' in the, 18-5, 1 ; on the 
ornithology of the, 1864, 268; 1887, 
261. 

Megalseraa, on the bristles on the bill 
of the young of the genus, 1891, 
149. 

Megapodiidje, essay on the, noticed 
1882,170. 

Megascops, on evolution and dichro- 
matism in the genus, noticed 1894, 
125. 

Mela, A. J., Handbook of the vertebrated 
animals of Finland, noticed 1883, 
217. 

Melanism, on partial, in Pyromclana 
franciscana, 1882, 471. 



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Mclliss, J. C, on tlie birds of tlie Is- 
land of St. Helena. 1870, 97 ; on the 
introduced birds of St. Helena, 18,71, 
367. 

Melrose District, on the birds of the, 
noticed 1893, 132. 

Menado, on the arrival of A. B. Meyer 
at, 1871, 252. 

Mendoza, letter on the birds of, 1859, 
107. 

Mentone, ornithological letters from, 
1863, 157, 233; 1864, 406. 

Menzbier, M., on Tetrastes grisei- 
Tcntris, noticed 1883, 104; on the 
ornithological geography of Russia, 
noticed, 1883, 104 ; on the geographi- 
cal distribution of birds in European 
Eussia north of the Caucasus— Part I. 
Rapaces diurnre, 1884, 278 ; Part IT. 
Rapaces nocturnae, 1885, 2ri.T ; on 
the avifauna of Moscow and Toula, 
noticed 1884, 457 ; on the extinction 
of species through crossing, noticed 

1884, 457; on the Blue Tits (Cya- 
nestes), noticed 18S5, 317; on tl.e 
birds of the Upper Tarini, Kashgaria, 

1885, 352; the posthumous works of 
N. A. SevertzoiF, noticed 1886, 11)7; 
1888, 4Sfi ; on migration-routeB 
of Russian birds, noticed 1887, 250; 
on a new Green Woodpecker (Gecinus 
flaviroslris), noticed 1887, 251; on 
some new or rare Palaearctic birds, 
1887,299; on the osteology of the 
Penguins, noticed 1888, 275; Se\ert- 
zoff's ' Ornithology of Turkestan,' 
noticed 1889, 388;" 1890, 116; 1892, 
336 ; on the occurrence of White's 
Thrush in European Russia, 1893, 
371; on some new or little-known 
Shrikes from Central Asia, 1894, 
378. 

, ai.d Zaroudnoi, M., on the birds 

of tlie Trans-Caspian Region, noticed 
1887, 257; 1892.345. 

Morgui Archipelago, on the birds of 
the, noticed 1888, 131. 

Meropidse, Dresser's ' Monograph of 
the,' announced, 1881, 179, progress 
of, 1883, 131, noticed 1885, 103, 
225, 314; 1886, 366. 

Merriani, C. H., 'Review of the Birds 
of Connecticut,' noticed 1879, 357; 
on the appointment of, as United 
States Ornithologist, 1885, 464; on 
tlie misdeeds of the House Sparrow 
(Passer domesticus), noticed 1888, 
270 ; report of tlie Ornithologist of 
the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 
noticed 1889, 124; 1890, 375; on 
migration in the Mississippi Valley, 



noticed 1889, 383; Ivorth -American 
Fauna : No. 3. Birds of Arizona, 
noticed 1891, 134 ; on birds from 
Idaho, and description of a new Owl, 
noticed 1892, 336; on geographical 
distribution in Nortli America, no- 
ticed, 1893, 139. 
Merrill, J. C, notes on the ornithology 
of Southern Texas, noticed 1879, 
207. 
Merula, on the species of, found in 

Java, 1893, 219. 
Me?ites, on the systematic position of 
the genus, noticed 1878, 470; 1879, 
212. 
Mesolonghi, ornitliological notes from 

Southern, i860, 279. 
Mesopotamia, on Tristram's journey 

through, 1882, 402. 
Methriopterus, on the genus, noticed 

1883, 111. 
Meves, W., zoological tour in Lnphmd, 
i860, 191 ; on the ornithology of 
Jemtland, 1862, 182 ; 1865, 224; on 
the red colouring of the Liimnier- 
geyer, 1862, 182; on tiie birds of 
CEhmd and Scania, 1870, 515 ; death 
of, 1892, 191. 
Mexico, on new birds from, 1859, 110; 
1867,130; 3872,440; 1889,382; 
1894,441; on the habits of certain 
birds of, 1859, 202, 322; on the 
Tyrant-birds of, 1859, 436; Muller's 
' Beitriige zur Geschichte, Statistik 
imd Zoologie von Mexico,' 1867, 246 ; 
Catalogue of the Vertebrate Animals 
of, noticed 1871,428; on the birds 
of, 1871.432,468, 480; 1887, 105; 
1889, 232; on birds collected in 
Southern Mexico, noticed 189 1, 288; 
on two new forms of Basilcuterus 
rufifrons from, noticed 1893, 148; 
on a new Odontophorus from South- 
ern, noticed 1894, 132; on a new 
Storm-Petrel from Western, noticed 
1894, 442; notes on bird.s from 
Central, noticed 1894, 558. 
Meyer, A. B., announcement of his 
arrival at Menado, 1871, 252; on 
Merops forsteni, noticed 1872,443; 
on liie date of the description of 
Epimachus wilhclmina;, 1874, 303; 
on the ornithological discoveries in 
New Guinea of, 1874, 416 ; on New 
Guinea birds, 1875, 147; 1892,33?; 
letter on liis vitit to tlie Arfak 
Mountains, 1876, 383; letter on 
Chaetorhyncluis papuensis, 1877,491 ; 
field-notes on the birds of Celebes, 
1879, 43, 125; description of a 
Casuarius from New Guinea, noticed 



'6 



1879, 96; oil the sexes of Ecleetus, 
noticed 1879, 358; on the birds 
collected in New Guinea bj, 1879, 
363 ; Index to Eeicheubaoh's ornitho- 
logical works, noticed i88o, 243, 371 ; 
letler on some species of Streptocittii, 

1880, 249; chart of New Guinea, 
1880, 253 ; letter correcting an error 
respecting Streptocitta, 1880, 373; 
letter on Gymnophaps pcEcilorrhoa 
and Ptilopus fiseheri, 1881, 1()9 ; 
Guide to the Dresden Museum, no- 
ticed 1881, 482; short explanatory 
notice of Salvadori's ' Papuan Orni- 
thology,' noticed, 1881, 4S2 ; letter 
announcing the hatching of two young 
Sarcorhamphus gryphus in tlie Dres- 
den Zoological Gardens, 1882,178; 
on Ninox rudolfi, a new species of 
Hawk-Owl from the Malay Archipe- 
lago, 1S82, 232; letter on Notornis 
mantelli, 1882, 607; on the nesting- 
plumage of Eclectus, noticed 1S83, 
105 ; on Xanthochroisin in Parrots, 
noticed 1883, 106 ; on a Grouse from 
Saxony, noticed 1884, 344 ; on birds' 
nests and eggs from the East Indies, 
noticed 1884, 458; 1885, 230; on 
new birds in the Dresden Museum, 
noticed 1885, 445; on Paradise-birds, 
1886, 193, 237; on Hunstein's birds 
from New Guinea, noticed 1886, 367; 
' Abbildungeu von Vogel-Skeletten,' 
noticed 1886, 372; 1890,376; 1891, 
133; 1894, 126; on birds from 
Emperor William's Land, noticed 

1 886, 517 ; 1887, 120 ; on the locality 
of the birds mentioned in his paper 
on the birds of New Guinea, 1886, 
524 ; work on the Grouse-family, 
announced 1886, 103, noticed 1888, 
135 ; note on Lophorina minor and 
Euthyrhyncha fulvigula, noticed 

1887, 110; letter on Scolopax 
rochusseni, 1887, 470; on Pallas's 
Sand-Grouse in Bulgaria, noticed 
1889, 248 ; on the coloration of the 
young in the Psittacine genus Eclec- 
tus, 1890, 26 ; ou scarce varieties of 
Tetrao, noticed 1890, 117 ; on rare 
Paradise-birds, noticed 1890, 117; 
notes on birds from the Pajjuan 
Region, with descriptions of some 
new species, 1890, 412; letter on 
Merops salvadorii, 1891, 293; on an 
albino Grey-hen in male plumage, 
noticed 1891, 459 ; on some Pigeons 
from Borneo and the Philippines, 
noticed 1891,618; on a variety of 
the Partridge, noticed 1892, 172; 
Jetter on the correct locality of Cri- 



niger aureus, and on tho birds of the 
Togian Islands, 1892, 179; on birds 
froui New Guinea and New Britain, 
noticed 1892, 337; on birds from 
Kaiser-Wilhelms Lund, noticed 1893, 
140 ; on the birds of Sumba, noticed 
1S93, 141 ; ou Aquila rjpax from 
Astrachan, noticed 1893, 459; on 
the egg of the Empress Augusta- 
Victoria's Paradise-bird, 1893, 481 ; 
on a new subspecies of Goura, 
noticed 1893, 583 ; on new birds from 
the East Indies, noticed 1894, 440. 

Meyer, A. B., and Helm, F., reports on 
the ornithological stations of Saxony, 
noticed 1887, 355; 188S, 486; 1889, 
120; 1890,251; 1891,458; 1893,141. 

, and Wiglesworth, L. W., on new 

birds from Celebes, ncjticed 1894, 560. 

Meyer, E,., ou the occurrence of Soma- 
teria mullissiina in Hesse, noticed 
1873, 469 ; on tvio Cuckoos' eggs in 
one nest, noticed 1873, 469; on the 
early arrival of Swallows in Germany, 
noticed 1873, 469. 

Michalaski, ou the birds of, 1878, 420. 

Micrastur, on the genus, 1876, 1. 

Microbates, on the genus, 1883, 92. 

Micropternus, on the genus, 1885, 1. 

Micropus, remarks on the generic name, 
1894, 318,323,422. 

Middendorff, E. v., on bird-life in 
Siberia, noticed 1870, 274; report ou 
the birds of the Russian Eastern Pro- 
vinces, noticed 1889, 388 ; on the birds 
of East Russia, noticed 1891, 135; 
on the bird-life of the Russian light- 
houses, noticed 1893, 268; obituarial 
notice of, 1894, 458. 

Middlesex, Harting's 'Birds of,' 1866, 
426; 1867, 123. 

Midway Island (N. Pacific), on a new 
Finch from, 1890, 039. 

Miglyptes, ou the genus, 1884, 189. 

Migrants, on the former abundance on 
New York Island of, 1891, 454. 

Migration of birds, Collingwood on the, 
1859,456; in North America, 1866, 
416; 1867, 257; Reports on the, 
noticed 1879, 212; 1880, 476; 1883. 
213; 1S84, 102; 1885, 224, 441; 
1886, 515; 1887, 458; 1889, 560; 
Palmen on the, noticed 1877, 241 ; 
1883, 107 : on the migrations of the 
Little Bustard, 1882, 478 ; in North- 
west Ceylon, 1883, 191 ; on our 
British Coasts, noiiced 1883, 215; in 
the Mississippi Valley, nuticcd 1884, 
337; 1889, 383; the Committee of 
the British Association on the, 1886, 
213; Brewster on the, noticed 1886, 



514; at Chicago, 18S7, 121; Mar- 
torelli on the, 1895, 268; in Argen- 
tina, 1S93, 467. 

Milan, on rare birds in the Museo 
Civico of, 1 89+, 457. 

Millais, J. G., ' Game Birds and Slioot- 
ina: Sketches,' noticed 1S92, 4r)3 ; 
exhibition of" specimens of Trachelotis 
barrovii from S.E. Africa, 1894, 548. 

Millard, C. S., on Syrrh;i]ite3 paradoxus 
at Loughborough, 18S8, 37(>. 

Millies, H. C, on a iiewlv-discovered 
figure of the Dodo, 1868. "477. 

Mibie-Edwards, A., ' Recherches pour 
servir a I'histoire de la faune ornitho- 
logique franf;aise,' noticed 1866, 41."]; 
' Oiseaux fossile3 de la France,' no- 
ticed 186-, 242; 1S6S, 220; 1869, 
218; 1870, 510; 1 8-2, 423; on the 
former existence of a large Pelican in 
the English Fens, 1868, 363; re- 
searches into the zoological atlinities 
of Aphanapteryx imperialis, 1869, 
2•^6 ; on fossil birds, noticed 1 870, 51 1 ; 
18-3, 469 ; ' Oiseaux fossiles,' noticed 
1870, 511 ; on the fossil binis of the 
isle of Bourbon, noticed 1 871, 453; on 
the genus Phodil us. noticed 1878, 195; 
on the genus Heliodilns, noticed 1 878. 
196; on the systematic position of 
the genus Mesites, noticed 1878, 470; 
on the genus Mesites, noticed 1879, 
212; on the Penguins (Spheniscida;), 
noticed 1881, 482; on birds from 
Madagascar, noticed 1881, 483; on 
the fauna of the Antarctic Eegior.s, 
noticed 1885, 108; letter proposing 
new names (Pelargocrex and Belornis) 
for the preoccupied names Pelargopsis 
and Tachyoruis. 1893, 568; on ex- 
tinct birds from the Mascarene Islands 
and Madagascar, noticed 1894, 440. 

, and Grandidier, A., 'Madagascar,' 

noticed 1878, 189; 1880, 136; 1887, 
110 ; observations on uEpyornis, 
noticed 1894, 307. 

, and Oustalet, E., on the birds of 

the Comoro Islands, noticed 1886, 
87; 1888, 1.35; 1889, 389; on recently 
extinct birds, noticed 1894, 440. 

Milne Edwards. H., on David's collec- 
tions, 1 865, .528. 

Mimociohla, on a new species of, from 
Dominica, 1891, 612. 

Mindanao, on Platen's birds from, 
noticed 1891, 129. 

Mindoro, on birds from, noticed 1892, 
170. 

Minnesota, notes on the birds of, noticed 
1 872, 463 ; Hatch's ' Birds of.' noticed 
1893. 581. 



Mississippi Valley, on bird-migratir-n 
iu the, 1884, 337; 1889, 383. 

Missouri, on the fauna of the Upper, 
noticed 1871, 426. 

Mitrhell, D. W., on Indian Pheasants 
bivediug iu England, 1859, 319. 

Alitchell, F. S., 'The Birds of Lan- 
ca.shire,' letter on, 1883,120, noticed 
1885, 446. 

' Mittheilungen ' of the Ornithological 
Union of Vienna, noticed 1885 318; 
1886,372,518. 

Mivart, 8t. G., 'On the Genesis of 
Species,' noticed 1872, 443; ' Ele- 
ments of Ornithology,' noticed 1892, 
568. 

Miyakeshiuia, exhibition of a specimen 
of Diomedea iuimutabilis from, 1894, 
548. 

Moab, on Tristram's expedition to, 
1872, 20.5. 

Moas, on a nearly perfect skeleton of 
the Moa, noticed 1871, 426; on the 
footprints of, at Poverty Bay, noticed 

1872, 42-^, 4(i7 ; Ilutton's ' iloas and 
Moa-hunting,' noticed 18-2, 432, 461 ; 
on remains of in New Zealand, 
noticed 1872, 435,444; 1873, 488; 
on the structure of the egg-shell of, 
noticed 1873, 438; on Moa-beds, 
noticed 1873,467; on thedisi^overy of 
bones of, at Hamilton, noticed 1878, 
103; on von Haast's classification of, 
noticed 1 878, 103; in Australia, noticed 
1885, 103; on the disappearance of, 
noticed 1892, 334; on tiie classifica- 
tion of, noticed 1892, 566; of New 
Zealand, noticed 1893, 137; on the 
gizzard-stones of, noticed 1893, 134. 
See also under Dinornis. 

MiJbius, K., obituarial notice of Fried- 
rich Boie, noticed 1871, 453; on a 
visit to Sylt Island, noticed 1872, 
444 ; on the breeding of Sterna can- 
tiaca on Norderoog Island, noticed 

1873, 470. 
Mockler-Ferryman, A. F., ' Up the 

Niger,' noticed 1893, 269. 
Modena, on the avifauna of, noticed 

1872,422; 1873, 444. 
Modersiihn, C, on methods for catching 

birds, noticed 1871, 453. 
Modigliani, E., on the voyage of, to 

Nias, noticed 1890, 376); on birds 

from Sumatra, noticed 1892, 459 ; on 

birds from Engano, noticed 1892, 

460. 
Mogador, on Bernicla brenta and B. 

leucopsis at, 1891, 297; bird-note^ 

from, 1892, 471. 
Moggriilge, .J. Traherne, ornithological 



letters from Mentoue, 1863, 157, 233 ; 
1864, 406. 

MojsisOTics, A. v., on an excursion to 
Southern Huns;ary and Sflavoaia, 
noticed 1886, 518; on the zoo-geo- 
graphy of South Hungarj-, ujtieed 
1889, 563. 

Mokohinou Islands, on the birds of the, 
noticed 1891, 138. 

McillendorfF, O. v., ' Vertebrata of the 
Pi-oviuce of Chihli,' noticed 1878, 
478. 

Molothrus, revision of the species of, 
noticed 1892, 344. 

Moluccas, on new birds from Northern, 
1862, 348; on the ornithology of, 
noticed 1873, 473; 1883. 113, "219; 
1886, 151; Salvadori's 'Ornithology 
of the,' 1877, 249, 476; 1878, 149, 
191; 1879,214,481,490; 1 880, 255, 
382,479; 1881, 166, 482, 491 ; 1882, 
175,467,606; 1883,219; 1890,258, 
378; 1892, 176; on Nectarlnians 
from, noticed 1877, 477; on Platen's 
collection from, 1884, 467; on ad- 
ditions to the Ornithology of, noticed 
1890,258, 378; 1892, 176. 

Mombasa, lists of birds from, 1881, 124 ; 
1882,71. 

Mongolia : Prejevalsky's ' Mongolia and 
Northern Tibet,' noticed 1877, 242; 
on the date of Prejevalsky's ' Birds of,' 
1 879, 387 ; ' Mongolia and the Tangut 
country,' zoological portion of Preje- 
Talsky's work on, noticed 1879, 489 ; 
on Adrianoffs ' Birds of,' noticed 
1886, 188. 

Montagu, (3r., ' Ornithological Dic- 
tionary,' Newman's reprint of, noticed 
1866, 410. 

Montana, on the fauna of, noticed 1871, 
425; on birds observed in, notii-ed 
1879, 354. 

Monteiro, J. J., notes on birds collected 
in Angola in 1861, 1862, 333; news 
of, in Benguela, 1862, 93; death of, 
1878, 208. 

Montenegro, on the birds observed in, 
i860, 1, 133,228,338. 

Montessus, Dr. de, on Circus ciueraceus, 
1868, 104. 

Montlezun, A. de, on Bernicle Geese, 
noticed 1888, 277. 

Montserrat, on the birds of, 1882, 
485. 

Moore. F., and Horsfield, T., ' Catalogue 
of tlie Birds in the Museum of the 
East India Company,' noticed 1859, 
103. 

Moore, J., ' Columbarium,' Tegetnieicr's 
reprint, noticed 1879, 219. 



Moore, T. J., on the addition to the 
British fauna of Pallas's Three-toed 
Sand-Grouse (Syrrhaptes paradoxus), 
i860, 105; note on a specimen of 
Larus rossi, 1865, 238. 
Moorhen, on a new species of, from 
the Hawaiian Islands, 1877, 25; on 
the hairy variety of the, noticed 1885, 
105. 

Moquin-Tandon, A., ' Notes Ornitliolo- 
giques,' noticed 1859, I'JS, 322, 458; 
on the eggs of birds, noticed i860, 188. 

More, A. G., outlines of the natural 
history of the Isle of Wight, i860, 
419; on the Distribution of Birds in 
Great Britain during the Nesting- 
season, 1865, 1, 119, 425; letter on 
Daption capensis, 18S2, 346; 'List 
of Irish Birds,' noticed 1885, 446, 
2nd ed. noticed 1890, 376; 'Guide 
to the Art Museum, Dublin,' noticed 
1887, 464; on the occurrence of 
Falco cenchris in Ireland, 1891, 297. 

Morelet, A., ' Natural History of the 
Azores,' noticed 1861, 400. 

Morgan, E. D., translation of Preje- 
vaisky's paper oa Central-Asian birds, 
1887,401. 

Morgan, R. W., on the nidifieation of 
South Indian birds, 1875, 313. 

Mormonidffi, on the family, noticed 
1883, 566; 1884, 207. 

Morocco, on the birds of, 1867, 421; 
1869, 147; Hooker and Ball's 'Tour 
in,' noticed 1879, 356; winter notes 
from, 1885,241 ; on Bustard-hawking 
in, 1889, 405; on the occurrence of 
Hydrochelidon leucoptera in, 1891, 
464. 

Morphology, of the Duck and Auk 
Tribes, noticed 1891, 285; of the 
Gallinacea>, noticed 189 i, 618. 

Morrell, G. H., ' Manual of Comparative 
Anatomy,' noticed 1870, .508; on the 
anatomy of the Sauropsidse, noticed 
1 87 1, 4.54. 

Morris, D., extract from a letter to 
' Nature,' relating to ffistrelata 
jamaicensis, 1882, 183. 

Morris, F. O., ' British Birds,' noticed 
1862, 37s ; obituarial notice of, 1893, 
287. 

Morse, E. S., on the tarsus and carpus 
of birds, noticed 1873, 470. 

Morton, J., notes on some New Zealand 
birds, noticed 1873, 470. 

Moscow, on the birds of, noticed 1884, 
457; 1893, 460. 

Moseley, E. L., descriptions of two new 
species of Flycatcher from the Island 
ol Negros, Philippines, 1891, 46. 



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Moselej, H. N., ' Natui-alist ou the 

Challenger,' noticed 1879, 358. 
Mosentbal, J. de, and Harting, J. E., 
' Ostrieli-fanuiiig,' noticed iSjj/^SG. 
Moslej, Sir O., ' Natural History of 

Tuibury,' noticed 1864, 394. 
Mossainedes, on tlie natural history 

of tlje, noticed 1882, 463. 
Motmot3 and their affinities, Murie on 

the, 1872, 383; 1873, 470. 
Mouar, F. J., adventures among the 

Andaman Islander?, 1863, 464. 
Mouhot, 51., arrival of, in Siniu, 1859, 

114; death of, 1862, 391. 
Moulinein, on the occurrence of Circus 

spilonotus in, 189+, 122. 
Moults, on abnormal, noticed 1885, 

452. 
Moupin, on the fauna of, noticed 1872, 
415 ; on new birds from, noticed 
1872,422. 
Mozambique, on the birds of, noticed 

1888, 142. 
Muirliead, G-., ' The Birds of Berwick- 
shire,' vol. i., noticed 1890, 117. 
Mull (Isle of), on Sabine's Gull in the, 

noticed 1885, 222. 
Miiller, A., on the birds of the Island 
of Salanga, noticed 1883, 217 ; on an 
instance of a Cuckoo hatching its own 
eggs, 1889, 219. 
Miiller, H. C, Bii-d-fauna of the 

Faeroes, noticed 1863, 4<>8. 
Miiller, J., memoir on the voice-orgm 
of the Passeres, announcement of 
translation of, 1877, 4U0, noticed 
1879,358. 
Miiller, J. W. v., ' Eeisen in den 
Vereinigten S'aaten, Canada uud 
Mexico,' noticed 1867, 246. 
Miiller, K., notes on Calamoherpe 
palustris and Parus major, noticed 
1871,454. 
Mulsant, E., on Arinia boucardi, noticed 
1 878, 409 ; death of, announced, 188 1 , 
292. 

,and Verreaux, E., ' Histoire Natu- 

relle des Oiseaux-Mouches,' noticed 
1874, 453; 1875, 265, 510; 1877, 
244. 

, , and Verreaux, J., on the 

classification <>( the Trochilida;, no- 
ticed J 867, 126. 
Mulu (Mount), on birds from, 1894, 542. 
Mundy, 13. L., on photographs of Din- 

ornis, 1868, 504. 
Munich, on ornithology at, 1894, 106. 
Munn, P. W., on the birds of the 
Calcutta district, 1894,39; remarks 
by Mr. Blanford on hia paper, 1894, 
320. 



Murdoch, J., ' Expedition to Point 

Barrow,' noticed 1886, 195. 
Murghab, on the abundance of Pliasi- 
anus principalis on the Upper, 1889, 
584. 
Murie, J., on a specimen of Aquila 
bartlielemyi living in the Zoological 
Gardens, noticed 187?, 454; on the 
genus Colius, 1872, 2t')2; 1873, 470; 
on Motinots and their affinities, 1872, 
383; 1873, 470; on the anatomy of 
the Kagu, Sun-bittern, and Boatbill, 
noticed 1872, 444; on the powder- 
downs of the Kagu, noticed 1872, 
444 ; on the anatomy of Pel's Owl, 
noticed 1872, 444 ; notes on Steatornis 
caripensi.*, 1S73, 81 ; on the relation- 
ships of the Upupidne, 1873, J^i ; on 
the skeleton of Todus, noticed 1873, 
470 ; on the cranial appendages of the 
Horned Tragopan, noticed 1873, 470. 
Murison, W. D., notes on Moa remains, 

noticed 1872, 444. 
Murray, A., contributions to the natural 
history of the Hudson's Bay Terri- 
tories, 1859, 200. 
Murray, J. A., ' Vertebrate Zoology of 
Smd,' noticed 1885, 109; 'Indian 
Annals and Magazine of Natural 
Science,' noticed 1888, 134; 'Edible 
and Game Birds of British India and 
Ceylon,' noticed 1891, 135. 
Mu.'cat, on a collection of birds from, 

1886, 1()2. 
Museicapine bird, on a new species of, 

from Madagascar, 1870, 498. 
Muscisaxicola, ou the species of the 

genus, 1866, 56. 
' Musee Ornithologique illustre,' Des 

Murs's, noticed i886, 193. 
Museums, ou tlie arrangement of, no- 
ticed, 1894, 556. 
Musophagid.T, 071 the os uncinatum in 
certain, noticed 1872, 450; Schalow 
on the, noticed 1886, 374. 
Mussoorie, on birds observed during a 

marcli from Simla to, 1868, 190. 
Muth, J. P., on the birds of Sicily, no- 
tit ed 1 87 1, 4.54. 
Myiadectfe, synopsis of the West Indian, 

noticed 1883, 115. 
Myiadestes, On the genus, noticed 18S2, 

468. 
Myiarchus, revision of the species of, 

noticed 1873, 442. 
Myiozetetes, on the species of the genus, 

noticed 1872, 456. 
'Myology of the Raven,' Shufeldt's, 

noticed 1891, 141. 
Myristicivora, paper on, noticed 1877, 
379. 



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Myzomela, on a new species of, from 
New Ireland, 1892, 3.30. 



N. 



Nagpore, on the birds observed at, 1872, 
415, 442. 

Names of birds, on the similarity of, in 
Zambesia and Madagascar, 1865, 238. 

Nancowry Harbour, on the birds of, 
noticed 1871, 419. 

Nares, Sir G. S., and Feilden, H. W.. 
' Yoyase to the Polar Sea,' noticed 
1879, 97. 

Nasal glands of birds, Jobert on the, 
noticed 1871, 448. 

Nasiterna, on an apparently new species 
of, noticed 1891, (iOS. 

' Nassau,' on birds, nests, and eggs 
collected during the voyage of the, 
1868, 122, 183, 486; 1869, 232, 283; 
1870,499,501. 

Natal, on the birds of, 1859, 234 ; i860, 
203; 1 86 1, 128; 1S62, 25, 149; 
1861, 320; 1864., 34(1 ; 1865, 263; 
1868, 40, 460; 1871,103; 1873,254, 
280; 18S2, 181; 1887,336, 472; on 
variations in plumage of the birds of, 
1883,331. 

Nathusius, W. v., on the structure of 
the egg-shell of yEpyornis, Dinornis, 
Apteryx, and certain Crypturida;, 
noticed 1871, 454; 1872, 445; on 
the structure of birds' eggs and its 
value in classification, noticed 1872, 
445 ; on the anatomy of the bird's 
egg and the structure of the shell, 
noticed 1873, 471 ; memoir on the 
structure of the egg-shell in the Os- 
cines, noticed 1878, 484; on the egg 
of Struthiolithus chersonensis, no- 
ticed 1887, 111 ; on the positioa of 
the egg in the oviduct, noticed 1887, 
111. 

Natterer, J., Pelzelu on the travels of, 
noticed 1868, 227; 1869,113; 1870, 
272. 

' Natural Selection,' Wallace's [ Contri- 
butions to the tlieory of,' noticed 1870, 
507. 

' Naturalist,' ' The,' noticed 1865, 336; 
1885,230; 1886, 198. 

Naumann, J. F., ' Vogel Deutschlands,' 
noticed 1862, 40. 

' Naumannia,' noticed 1859, 107, 203, 
459. 

Nawodo Island, on a new Reed-Warbler 
from, 1883, 142. 

Nazarow, P. S., on the zoology of tlie 
Kirgliiz Steppes, noticed 1888, 136. 



' Neau-Show,' Swiuhoe's, 1866, 207. 

* Nederlandsch Tijdschrift voor de Dier- 
kunde', noticed 1863, 224, 359 ; 1865, 
343; 1866, 210; 1867, 243. 

Ne^ros Island, on the birds of, 1872, 
93; 1894, 531; on two new Fly- 
catchers from, 1 89 1, 46. 

Nehring, A., on prehistoric bone-de- 
posits, noticed 1881, 284. 

Nehrkorn, A., letter on Platen's collec- 
tion from the Moluccas, 188+, 467; 
on the birds of Waigiou, noticed 
1885, 447; on the collection of eggs 
of, noticed 1888, 387; letter on Mi- 
crotarsus nehrkorni, 1894, 569. 

, and Blasius, W., on Bornean birds, 

noticed 1882, 334 ; on a collection of 
birds from Amboina, noticed 1883, 
212. 

Nehrling, H., ' North-American Birds,' 
noticed i8go, 377; 1894, 127. 

Nelson, E. W., on the birds of Bering 
Sea, noticed 1884, 105; on the birds 
of Alaska, noticed 1889, 248. 

, and Palmer, T. S., on five new 

birds from Mexico, noticed 1894, 
441. 

Nelson County, Kentucky, Beckham's 
'Birds of,' noticed 1886, 19J. 

Neotro]iical Region, Ridgway on rare 
birds of the, 1883, 399; Berlepsch's 
notes on the birds of the, noticed 
1890, 111, 112. 

Neree, Q., on the Goldfinch, noticed 
1875, 265 ; catalogue of birds of the 
environs of Paris, noticed 1875, 
265. 

Nest and Nesting, see under Nidifica- 
tion. 

Nestor, on the tongue of, noticed 1873, 
449 ; on the skeleton of, noticed 
1882, 463. 

Netherlands, see Holland. 

Neuchatel, on the birds observed in the 
vicinity of Lake, noticed 1872 466; 
on the birds observed in, 1S91, 157. 

Neumann, O., news of, in East Africa, 
1894,4.54. 

Nevada, Hoffmann's ' List of the Birds 
of,' noticed 1882, 336. 

Newala, on a small collection of birds 
from, 1888, 265. 

New Britain, notes on a collecting trip 
in, 1880, 290; on the raptorial birds 
collected by Lieut. G. E. Richards in, 
1882, 126; on birds from, noticed 
1882,176,339; 1892,337; on a new 
species of Hemijiode from, 1882, 
428. 

New Brunswick, catalogue of the birds 
of, noticed 1883, .377. 



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New Caledonia, on an inidescriborl 
Hawk from, 1859, 27;"> : on the birds 
of, 1861, 1U(>; iS65,3o7; 1877,3.')."); 
1878,2.10; 1879, l'J7, JO*J, 180 J i"88o, 
3.'5(), 331; 1881, 132, 171 ; 18S2, 
493; 1884., 122; on a sin(;iilar Gral- 
latorial bird from, 1861, 136; on the 
occurrence of I'halacrocorax sticto- 
cephahis in, 1888, 491. 

Newcome, E. C, letter on the occurrence 
of Buteo lineatus in Scotland, 1865, 
.549; death of, 1872,91. 

New England, Samuels's ' Birds of,' 
noticed 1868, 346; (Jones's 'Birds 
of,' noticed 1869, 228; on the birds 
of, noticed 18-8, 469; 1880, 3C)G ; 
Stearns and Coiies's 'New Eiiglnnd 
Bird-Life,' noticed 1882, 343; 1S83, 
C>73 ; Capen's ' Oology of,' noticed 
1887.459. 

Newfoundland, on Blackgmie in, 1889, 
261 ; on explorations in, noticed 1892, 
453. 

New Granada, see Colombia. 

New Guinea, on the proceedings of 
A. R. Wallace in, 1859, 111 ; Gray's 
' List of the Mammals and Birds of,' 
noticed 1859,200; on the birds of prey 
of, i860, 322; Rosenberg on the birds 
of, noticed 1865, 340; explorations in, 
1874, 177; on the ornithologv of, 
1874. 416; 1875, 147; i876,"243, 
267,277,357; 1878, 376, 377 ; 1879, 
96,360, 363, 478; 1880, 372; 1881, 
164; 1S82, 176, 467; 1883, 115; 
1884, 460; 1S85, 115; 1886, 524; 
1892, 176, 337, 347; 1894, 563; 
Gould's ' Birds of,' noticed 1877, 377 ; 
. 1878,109; 1879, 94, 35(); 1880,134, 
475; 1882,168,001: 1883,568; 1S84, 
208,341; 1885, 227, 316 ; 1886, 194; 
1887, 108; 1888, 271; i8?9, 247; 
on D'Albcrtis's birds from, 1877, 363, 
477; 1879,482; the zoology of, no- 
ticed 1879, 367; 1880, 139; 1882, 
172; 1884., 210, 353; chart of, 1880, 
253 ; Salvadori's ' Ornithology of 
New Guinea,' noticed 1880, 255; 
1882, 175; 1883, 113, 219; 1890, 
^.58, 379; 1892, 176; D'Albertis's 
'New Guinea,' noticed 1881, 282; 
Stone's ' A few Months in,' noticed 
1882, 343; on a new Iloney-eater 
from, 1882, 465; on an Owl from 
South-east, 1883, 169; on a new 
Parrot from, noticed 1885, 104 ; on 
Hunstein'a birds from, noticed 1886, 
367 ; on a new Parrcjt and Pigeon 
from, noticed 1886, 37.3; on a new 
species of Platalea from, 1 889, 32 ; 
notes on the Paradise-birds of British, 



1S90, 150; rep)rt on birds fr.)m 
British, 1S91, 25; on Lena's birds 
from, noticed 1S92, 176; on snaring 
Birds of Paradise in, 1893, -,(;3; 
Thon^pson's 'Brilish New Guinea,' 
noticed 1893,273; description of two 
new bii-ds from Finisterre Mountains, 
1894, .548 ; see also Papua. 
New Hebrides, on the ornithologv of lb\ 
1876, 259 ; 1878, 267 ; 1879. 'A I'^O, 
437; 1880, 290; 1881, 132; 1882, 
344; on the Fau'ia of the, 1S81, 167; 
on a collection of birds from Tonga, 
noticed 1893, 4,54. 
New Ireland, on two new birds from, 
1886, 1 ; on a new Myzomela from, 
1892, 3.50. 
' New Jersey,' TurnbuU's ' Birds of East 
Pennsylvania and,' noticed 1870, 127 ; 
on the birds of, noticed 1872, 413. 
Newman, E., ' Birds'-nesting,' noticed 
1862, 75; 'Dictionary of British 
Birds,' noticed 1866, 410. 
New Mexico, on the birds of, 1S60, 97; 
on a new Field-Sparrow from, noticed 
1885, 114. 
New South Wales, on birds breeding in, 

noticed 1886, 365. 
Newton, A., on the Harleqiin Duck, 
1859, 1*^*2; note on the migratory 
habits of the Song Thrusli, i860, 83*; 
on birds irora the Virgin Islands, 
i860, 307 ; remarks on the Anas (An- 
ser) erytliropus of Linnaeus, i860, 404; 
suggestions for forming collections of 
birds' eggs, noticed i860, 415; 1863, 
354 ; particulars of Mi*. J. WoUey's 
discovery of the breeding of 1 lie Wax- 
wing (Ampelisgarrulus), 1861, 92; (in 
the Ortyx of St. Thomas, 1861, 114 ; 
on the possibility of taking an oi-nitho- 
logical census, 1 861, 190; abstract of 
Mr. J. Wolley's researches Iti IcoLmd 
respecting the Great Auk, 1861, 374 ; 
on the supposed gular pouch of tiie" 
male Bustard, 1862, 107 ; on two 
days at Madeira, 1863, 185; letter 
from, on the ornithology of Iceland, 
1864, 131 ; on the irruption of 
Pallas's Sand-GrouBe (Syrrhaptes 
paradoxus), 1864, 185; ' Ootlieca 
Wolleyana,' noticed 1865, 101 ; 
notes on species of Anthus occurring 
in England, 1865, 115,237; note on 
remains of Alca impennisfrom Caith- 
ness and Funk Island, 1865, 116; 
note on Mr. E. Bartlett's expedition 
to the Amazons, 1865, 117; notes 
on the birds of Spitsbergen, 1865, 
199, 496 ; note on Mr. F. Godnian's 
voyage to the Azores, 1865, 240; on 
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an apparently undescribed bird from 
the Seyehelle Islands, 1865, 331 ; 
announcement ot 'The Record of 
Zoological Literature,' 1865, 362; 
1871, 455; note on a remarkable 
discovery of Didine bones in Eod- 
riguez, 1865, 551 ; adoption of rules 
for zoological nomenclature by the 
British Association, 1865, 552; note 
on an interesting discovery of Didine 
bones in Mauritius, 1866, 128; note 
on the species of Oxynotus, 1866, 
224 ; announcement of Messrs. Scla- 
ter and Salvin's ' Exotic Ornithology,' 
Mr. Layard's ' Birds of South Africa,' 
Mr. Harting's ' Birds of Middlesex,' 
Mr. Stevenson's ' Birds of Norfolk,' 
and Mr. Crichton's ' Eamble to the 
Orcades,' 1866, 425; note on Mr. 
Andersson's projected ' Avifauna of 
South-western Africa,' 1866, 420; 
note on the further discovery of 
Didine bones in Rodriguez, 1867, 
140 ; note on Prof. Huxley's lectures 
on birds, 1867, 254 ; notes on a 
question of priority in the publi- 
cation of names, 1867, 255; 1868, 
122 ; announcement of Mr. R. 
Gray's work on the birds of the West 
of Scotland, 1867,256; note on the 
collections of Messrs. Arthur and 
H. E. Strickland, 1867, 383 ; remarks 
on Prof. Huxley's proposed Classi- 
fication of Birds, 1868, 85 ; note on 
the eggs of Cisticola schoenicola, 1868, 
131 ; notes on incubation of the Ap- 
teryx, 1868, 261, 504; additional 
Notes on Mr. Layard's ' Birds of 
South Africa,' 1868, 265; note on 
the 'South-African Journal,' 1868, 
502 ; note on unpublished figures of 
the Dodo and other birds of Mau- 
ritius, 1868, 503; announcenaent of 
Mr BuUer's ' Birds of New Zealand,' 
and Mr. Mundy's photographs of 
Dinornis, 1868, 504; note on acids 
used in the preservation of birds, 
1869, 2.39; on the Strickland Col- 
lection in theL^niversity of Cambridge, 
1869, 320 ; announcement of Mr. G. 
R. Gray's ' Hand-list,' and Mr.Elliot's 
'Monograph of Phasianida-,' 1869, 
464 ; announcement of Messrs. 
Marshalls' 'Monograph of Capito- 
nidffi,' 1870, 156; on existing re- 
mains of the Gare-fowl (Alca im- 
pennis), 1870, 256; 1871, 455; 
announcement of new edition of 
Yarrell's ' British Birds," 1870, 302 ; 
noticed 1872, 184, 446; 1873, 471 ; 
1874, 173; on the nests and eggs 



collected by Dr. Cunningham, 1870, 
601 ; letter on the Spitsbergen 
Lagopus, 1 87 1, 249; on the chick 
of Anarhynchus frontalis, noticed 
1 87 1, 455; on a new Parrot from 
Rodriguez, 1872, 31, 472; on new 
or rare birds' eggs, noticed 1872, 
446 ; on a sexual peculiarity in an 
Australian Duck, noticed 1872, 446 ; 
on a humerus of a Pelecan from the 
Cambridgeshire fens, noticed 1872, 
416 ; on certain species of Falconidffi, 
Tetraonidai, and Anatidre, noticed 
1872,446; on the method of regis- 
tering ornithological observations, 
noticed 1872, 446 ; on a specimen of 
Ross's Gull, noticed 1873, 472; on 
the osteology of the Solitaire, noticed 
1873,472; on the specific name of 
the Black Redstart, noticed 1873, 
472; letter on additions to the bird.s 
of Spitsbergen, 1875, 272 ; ""^e on 
Palffioruis exsul, 1875, 342 ; on the 
types of Linnean genera, 1876,94; 
notes on hawking in Norfolk, noticed 
1879, 359; on some moot points in 
ornithological nomenclature, noticed 

1879, 480; reprint of Tunstall's 
'Ornithologia Britannica,' noticed 

1880, 244; 'Ornithology' (from the 
'Encyclopa'dia Britannica'), noticed 
1885, 318; 'Memoir of John 
Scales,' noticed 1886, 199; letter 
on the use of the fore limbs of birds 
as instruments of progression, 1889, 
677 ; on the young of Pallas's Sand- 
Grouse (Syrrhaptes f)arado.\us), 1890, 
207. 

Newton, A., and Gadow.H., ' Dictionary 
of Birds,' noticed 1893, 284; 1894, 
128. 

, and Newton, E., on the birds of St. 

Croix, 1859, 59, 138, 252,365; on 
the Psittaci of the Mascarene Islands, 
1876, 281; 'List of the Birds of 
Jamaica,' noticed 1882, 169; notes 
on some species of Zosterops, i888, 
474. 

Newton, E., departure of, for the Mau- 
ritius, 1859, 462; news of, from the 
Mauritius, i860, 201, 307; letters on 
birds' from the Mauritius, 1861, 116; 
Ornithological Notes from the Mauri- 
tius — No. I., a visit to Round Island, 
1861, 180 ; No. II., a ten days' sojourn 
at Savanne, 1861, 220; news of, in 
Madagascar, 1862, 94; letter on 
Alectrcenas, 1862, 196; notes of a 
second visit to Madagascar. 1863, 
333, 452 ; visit to the Island of 
Rodriguez, 1865, 146; on the Land- 



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Birds of the Seyi'helles Areliipelago, 
1867, 335; extract from a letter 
from, ou similarity of birds' ■uaines 
iu Zambesia and Madagascar, 1865, 
238; address to the Norfolk and 
Norwich Naturalists' Society, noticed 
1889, 121. 
Newton, E., and Gadow, H., on addi- 
tional bones of the Dodo and other 
extinct birds from Mauritius, noticed 
1893, 584. 

, and Newton, A., on the birds of 

St. Croix, 1859, 59, 138, 2-52, 365; 
on the Psittaci of the Mascarene 
Islands, 1876, 281; 'List of the 
Birds of Jamica,' noticed 1882, 169; 
notes on some species of Zosterojjs, 
1888, 474. 

, and Rooh, S., on birds observed 

in Madagascar, 1862, 265; 1863, 
165. 
New York, Lawrence on the birds of, 
noticed 1866, 418; Rathbun's 'List 
of the Birds of Central,' noticed 1882, 
339. 
New York I.sland, on the former exi;-t- 
enee of Migrants on, noticed 1S91, 
4.54. 
New York Linnean Society, Transac- 
tions of the, noticed 1883, 221. 
New York Lyceum of Natural History, 

Annals of the, noticed 1859, 110. 
New York Museum, additions to the, 

noticed 1887, 479. 
New Zealand, on the extinct birds of. 
1861, 415; 1874, 209; 1893, 133; 
on the birds of Nelson, 1862, 100; 
Gray's ' List of the Birds of,' 1862, 
214 ; on the Ground Parrot of, 1864, 
340 ; on the nests and eggs of the 
birds of, 1865, 154; 1872, 438; 
BuUer's ' Essay on the Ornithology 
of,' noticed 1867, 132; on the orni- 
thology of, 1867, 144, 378; 1868, 
227; 1869,37,351,378; 18-0, 135, 
455, 522, 534; 1871, 423, 431, 447, 
458 ; 1872, 419, 438, 449, 463 ; 18-3, 
447,470, 474; 1874, 34, 93, 112; 
1875, 389; 1878, 102, 484; 1880, 
368; 1885,99; 1886, 90; 1888, 42; 
1889, 296; 1892, 2.50, 330; 1893, 
127, 5(J9 ; on the birds seen during a 
voyage from London to, 1867, 185 ; 
Buller's ' Birds of,' announced 1868, 
504; 1872, 194, noticed 1872, .'38; 
18-3, 92, 439, new edition, announced 
i88i,498; 1884,123; 1885,240; 1886, 
104, noticed 1888, 133, 362; 1889, 
243 ; Owen's ' Memoirs on the 
Extinct Wingless birds of,' noticed 



1869, 98 ; on the birds of Auckland, 

1870, 392 ; on the Birds of Prey of, 
1870,534; on the Procellariidaj of, 

1872, 83; Taylor's ' New Zealand and 
its inhabitants,' noticed 1872,418 ; on 
Moa remains in, noticed 1872, 
435; on Tribonyx mortieri from, 

1873, 427; ou the geographical re- 
lations of the faunas of, noticed 1873, 
463; on the eggs of the birds of, 

1874, 96; on Diomedea cauta in, 
1878, 102; on Platalea regia in, 
1878, 102; on Numenius cyanopus 
in, noticed 1878, 103; Bailor's 
' Manual of the Birds of,' noticed 
1882, 529; on Oharadrius fulvusand 
Eurystomus pacificus in, 1883, 99; 
on Phalaropus fulicarius in, 1885, 106; 
on the organic productions of, 1885, 
117 ; ou variations of colour in birds, 
of, 1886, 85; on the Eastern Golden 
Plover (Chararlrius fulvus) near 
\^'eliington, 1886, 86; on Siher's 
collection of birds of, noticed 1889, 
244; on the supposed occurrence of 
Strix parvissima in, 1890, 24; on the 
Moas of, noticed 1893, 137 ; on the 
preservation of nati\e birds of, 1893, 
158, 283 ; on a new Snipe from the 
New Zealand region, 1893,446; on 
Snipes from the Islands of, 1894, 294. 

New-Zealand Institute, 'Transactions 
and Proceedings of the,' noticed 
1870, 13.5, 522; 1878, 102.. 

Nias Island, on birds from, noticed 
1887, 467; Modigliani's voyage to, 
noticed 1890, 376. 

Nicaragua, Lawrence on new birds 
from, noticed i 866, 214 ; on the birds 
of, 1872, 311; 1873,372; 1885,109; 
1894,313; on a collection of birtia 
from Central, 1892, 324; on two 
new species of birds from, 1893. 263. 

Nicholski, Dr., theory accounting for 
the variation in the shape of eggs, 
1893,26.5. 

Nichols(m, F., on a collection of birds 
from Western Java, 1879, 164; lists 
of birds collected by Mr II. O. Forbes 
in Java, 1881, 139; 1883, 2;i5; on 
collections of birds from South- 
eastern Sumatra, 1882, 51 ; supple- 
mentary notes on birds from Java, 
1882, 66; on a collection of birds 
from Borneo, 1883. 85 ; on the change 
of the name Anthus pallescena to 
A. bocagii, 1884, 469; on the birds 
of Manchester, noticed 1888, l;',6 ; 
Sundevall's ' Tontamen' (translation), 
noticed 1890, 251. 

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Nicholson, H. A., ' Mauiial of Zoology,' 

noticed 1872, 446. 
Nicubai- IslaLids, Ball on birds of the, 

noticed 1S70, 520; 1871, 419. 
Nicolls, J. A., and Eglington, W., ' The 
Sportsman in South Africa,' noticed 
1893, 141. 
Nicoja, on birds from the Gulf of, 

noticed 18S3, 217. 
Nidification, of the Waxwing Chatterer, 
1859, 107 ; of the Frigate-bird, 1S59, 
15U; of the Lyre-bird, 1859, 203; of 
a pair of Eagle-Owls in confineuient, 
1859, 273, 473 ; of Parus pendulinus, 
1859, 468; of Warblers, i860, 95; 
of certain birds in North-eastern 
Africa, i860, 122, 432; of Aquila 
iniperialis and Falco sacer, i860, 376 ; 
of some Guatemalan birds, 1861, 58 ; 
of the Nutcracker, i86i,405; 1862, 
365; 1865,226,361 :i872, 464; 1873, 
490; 1887, 474 ; of the Cuckoo, noticed 
1862, 384; of I'sophodes, 1863, 222; 
Newman's 'Birds' -nesting,' noticed 
1862, 75; of the Banner Falcon, 1864, 
183, 429 ; on the distribution of birds 
in Great Britain during the nesting- 
season, 1865, 1, 119, 425; of New- 
Zealand birds, 1865, 154; 1872,428; 
1874, 96; on birds breeding in the 
neighbourhood of Sydney, 1865, 298 ; 
1868, 271 ; on nests and eggs collected 
by the British North-American 
Boundary Commission, 1866, 208; 
of the Stock-Dove, 1867, 379; on the 
bower-building habits of Sericulus 
nielinus, 1867, 456; of Lobivanellus 
goensis, 1869,454; ofElanuscreruleus, 
1870, 149; of Mycteria australis, 
1870, i'94; 1871,110; ofllimantopus 
candidus, 1870, 295; of Falco 
peregrinus, 1870, 297; of Nyctea 
nivea, 1870, 298; of the Flamingo in 
France, 1870, 439, on the nests and 
eggs collected by Dr. Cunningham, 
1870,501 ; of Swallows, noticed 1871, 
466,4.59; of Indian birds, 1872,237; 
1873,74; 1874, 220,4.52; 1875,199, 
266,313,511 ; 1890, 374; 1891, 132; 
of Vultur auricularis in confinement, 
1873, 324; of the Spoonbill, 1877, 
412; 1878, 102; 1881. 286; 1883, 
376; 1887, 364; 1892, 468; of Ibis 
sethiopica in the Zoological Society's 
Gardens, 1878,449; of Ciconia nigra, 
1879, 118; of Nyctea scandiaca in 
confinement, 1880, 471 ; on the 
nests and eggs of the birds of Ohio, 
noticed 1880, 476; on the Dar- 
winian theory of birds', noticed 1881, 
486 ; on a bird's nest in a horse's tail, 



1882, 474; in North-west Ceylon, 

1883, 191; of Balearica ohrysope- 
largus and Grus paradisea, 1883,226; 
on the breeding-habits of Flamingoes, 

1884, pLiv.; 1888,1.50; of Fringilla 
teydea in Tenerife, 1889, 260 ; nesting 
in Western India, noticed 1892, 166 ; 
of Plotiis nova;-hollandia3,Edoliosoma 
tonuirostre, and Turnis melanotus, 
noticed 1892, 465; of Manucodia 
comrii, 1893, 269 ; of Gerygone mag- 
nirostris, 1893, 373; of Phibalura 
flavirostris and Lochmias nematura, 
1894,484. See also under 'Eggs. 

Niessing, C, on the Ornithology of 
Mark Brandenberg, noticed 1871, 4.56. 
Niger, on W. A. Forbes's expedition up 
the, 1883, 182, 234; on the birds col- 
lected by W. A. Forbes up the, 1883, 
fy.u8 ; on the birds of the Niger district, 
noticed 1887, 353; Mockler-Ferry 
man's 'Voyage up the,' noticed 1893, 
269. 
Nightingales, on the generic name of 

the, 1887, 119. 
'Nile and its Banks,' A. C. Smith's, 
noticed 1869, 111 ; on the birds from 
the Upper Nile, noticed 1883, 103. 
Ningpo, onSwinJioe's visitto, 1871, 252; 
1872, 206; on two new Pheasants and a 
new Garrulax from, noticed 1873, 488. 
Ninni, A. P., catalogue of birds of 
Venetia, noticed 1872, 447; on the 
Long-tailed Titmouse of Venetia, 
noticed 1890, 262. 
Nipon, St. John's 'Wild Coasts of,' 

noticed 188 1, 603. 
Nitzsch, C. L., ' Pterylography ' (trans- 
lation), noticed 1865,118; 1868, 96; 
Nitzsch V. Eochebrune, 1884, 360. 
Noll, F. C, on extinct birds, noticed 

1890, 252. 
Nomenclature, on the British Associ- 
ation Rules for Zoological, 1865, 652 ; 
notes on a question of priority iu 
the publication of names, 1867, 255 ; 
1868, 122; 1869, 346; Sclater and 
Salvin's ' Nomenclator Avium Neo- 
tropicalinm,' noticed 1874, 179; on 
the application of the rules of, 1874, 
300, 302; of British Owls, 1879, 
346 ; on certain points in ornitholo- 
gical, 1879, 428; on some moot 
points in ornithological, 1879, 480; 
revisions in the nomenclature of 
certain North-American birds, noticed 
1880, 478 ; on some necessary changes 
in the nomenclature of South-Amer- 
ican birds, 1881, 239; on the names 
of some North-American birds, 
noticed 1883,116; 1886, 91 ; on the 



^•5 



Stricklanilinii code of, 1883, 121 ; on 
the use of trinomials in Auierlcau 
ornitJiology, notieed 1885, 233 ; on 
liiologiL-al,"iS85, 32.5. 

Nordeuskiold, A. E., ' Voyage of the 
Vega,' noticed 1882, 337." 

Niirderoog Island, on the breeding of 
Sterna cantiaca on, noticed 1873, 470. 

Nordnian, Alex, von, on the nesting of 
the Waswing Chatterer, 1859, 107. 

Nordman, Arthur von, on the birds of 
Finland and Lapland, 1861, 100; on 
the Aniurian Capercailzie, 1863, 224. 

Nordvi, A. G-., ou the breeding of Anas 
stelleri in Europe, noticed 1872, 447. 

Norfolk, on the occurrence of Pallas's 
S;ind-Grouse in, 1859, 471; on the 
occurrences of rare birds in, 1862, 89, 
189, 303; 1863, 235; Stevenson's 
•Birds of,' 1866, 42(i; 1867, 238; 
1871, 252, 473; 1891, 288; on 
Ciconia nigra in, noticed 1867, 382 ; 
on the abundance of Little Gulls on 
the coast of, noticed 1872, 401; on 
the ornitliulogical archeology of, 
noticed 1872, 401 ; on hawking in, 
noticed 1879, 359 ; on the occurrence 
of Puffiuns obscurns in, noticed 1883, 
574; on the occurrence of Erithacua 
suecicain no(iced,i885, 105 ; G-urney's 
' Catalogue of the Birds of,' noticed 
1885, 228 ; catalogue of birds shot in, 
noticed 1891, 142; on the occur- 
rence of Mut-cicapa parva in, 1891, 
1.52 ; on the occurrence of Tringa 
acuminata in. 1893, 120, 181. 

Norfolk and Norwich Museum, see 
Norwich Museum. 

Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' 
Society, Transactions of the, noticed 
1887,112; 1888, 136; address to the, 
noticed 18S9, 121. 

Norfolk Island, on the ornithology of, 
i860, 421; 1861, 119; 1881, 171 ; 
1 88 s, 48; 1893,209; on the breed in g- 
habils of certain sea-birds inhabiting, 
1885,203. 

Norman, G. 0., note on the geographical 
distribution of the Crested Cuckoos 
(Coccystes), 1888, 390. 

North, A. J., on the plumage of adult 
males of tiie genus Malurus, noticed 
1 89 1, 458 ; ' Nests and Eggs of Birds 
found breeding in Australia and 
Tasmania,' noticed 1892, 337; 1893, 
142; on the nidification of Plotus 
nOTre-hoUandiae, Edoliosoraa tenui- 
rostre, and Turnix melanotus, noticed 
1892,455; on the nesting of Manu- 
codia comrii, noticed 1893, 269; 
on additions to tlie avifaunas of Tas- 



mania and Norfolk and Lord Howe 
Islautls, noticed 1893, 269; on the 
nest and eggs of Gerygone m.igui- 
rostris, 1893, 373; Oological notes, 
noticed 1893, 585; descriptions of 
the eggs of ihree species of South- 
Australian Parrakeets, 1894, 259; on 
the occurrence of the Corn-Crake in 
New South Wales, noticed 1894, 308 ; 
on a new Australian Parrakeet, 
noticed 1894, 308. 

North Pole, see under Polar Regions. 

Northumberland, on Pallas's S.iud- 
Grouse in, 1872, 334. 

North-West Provinces, Catalogue of 
the Birds in the Provincial Museum, 
noticed 1890, 45.5. 

Norway, Lloyd's ' Game-bird.s and VV^ild 
Fowl of Sweden and,' notice;! 1867, 
372; CoUett's 'Birds of,' 1869,225; 
Bowden'a 'Naturalist in,' 1870, 122 ; 
on the birds of, 1872, 419, 420; 1873, 
441 ; CoUett's ' Contributions to Nor- 
wegian Ornithology,' noticed 1878, 
190; 1894,437; on new birds from, 
1878, 191; 1879,477; 1882,4.08; 
I SS7, 460 ; on the avifauna of, noticed 
1S79, 476; zoogeographical map of, 
noticed 1879, 476; ou Ardetta niinuta. 
Sterna cantiaca, and L;irus minutiia 
in, noticed 1884, 205; on Alca im- 
penuis in, noticed 1885, 225; on 
collections from, noticed 1886, 80; 
on Phylloscopus borealis in, 1886, 
217 ; on Syrrhaptes paradoxus in, 
1888, 375; on the birds of Arctic, 
noticed 1893, 130; on a birds'-nesting 
excursion to the North of, 1894, '226; 
on the occurrence of Colymbus adanisi 
in, 1894, "269; on bird-life in Arctic, 
noticed 1894, 554. 

Norwich Museum, on the Accipitres 
in the, 1859, 455; Gurney's 'Cata- 
logue of Raptorial Birds in the Nor- 
folk and,' 1865,99; on Some Raptorial 
birds recently acquired by the, 1882, 
4.52 ; on Raptorial birds in the, 1893, 
338. 

Nostrils of certain Aquilte, on the, 1872, 
472. 

Notornis, notes on, noticed 1883, 98. 

Noulet, J. B., on Swallows and their 
nests, noticed 1871, 456. 

' Novara,' on the ornithology of the 
voyage of the, noticed j86o, 102; 
1866" 115. 

Nova Scotia, on the birds of, 1859, 
461. 

Novaya Zemlya, on the birds of, 1870, 
3(13; 1871, 435; 1872, 00; 1873, 
458; 1881, 602, 



86 



Novitiites Zoologicte,' Eothgcbild's, 
noticed 1894, 308. 

Wubia, on the birds of, 1864, 1, 233. 

Niiiiienius, Droste on the genus, 1870, 
130. 

Ifutcracker, ou the eggs of the, i860, 
168; on the breeding of the, 1861, 
405; 1862, 365; 1865, 226, 361; 
1872, 464:; 1873, 490; 1887, 474; 
note on the European, 1883, 574; on 
the Arctic form of the, 1888, 236 ; of 
Japan, noticed 1890, 121 ; ou the 
migration of the, to Western Europe, 
1894, 136. 

Nuthatch, on Kriiper's and other species 
of, 1865, 306; on the European, 
noticed 1883, 674; review of the 
Japanese, noticed 1887, 359 ; on the 
osteology of Sitta, noticed 1892, 171. 

Nuttall Ornithological Club, 'Bulletin' 
of the, noticed, 1877, 240; 1878, 196, 
466; 1879,92,215,482; 1880, 368; 
1881, 280, 475, 601; 1882, 334, 
458; 1883, 98, 213, 564; 1884, 
103. 

Nutting, 0. C, projected visit of, to 
Honduras, 1883, 129; on a collection 
of birds from the Gulf of Nicoya, 
Costa Rica, noticed 1883, 217 ; on a 
collection of birds fi-om Nicaragua, 
noticed 1885, 109. 

Njasaland, on the birds collected by A. 
Whyte in, 1893, 1; 1894, 1, 461; 
exhibition of a series of birds from, 

1893, 120; map of, 1894, 462; exhi- 
bition of a skin of Turuix nana from, 

1894, 424. 

Nvuee Tal, on birds observed near, 
"1869,43. 



O. 



Oates, C. G., ' Matabele-limd and the 
Victoria Falls,' noticed 1882, 169; 
2nd ed., noticed 1890, 2r5. 

Oates, E. W., remarks on the ornitho- 
logy of British Burma, noticed, 1882, 
338 ; on a new species of Polj - 
jjlectron, 1883, 136; list of birds of 
Pegu, noticed 1883, 218; 'Birds of 
British Bu.mah,' noticed 1883, 231 ; 
1884, 106; on the birds of Bhamo, 
Upper Burmab, 1S88, 70; on the 
European Cuckoo and its Indian 
Allies. 1889, 355 ; 'Fauna of British 
India,' Birds, noticed 1889,143; 1890, 
252; 1891,283; 1892, 59; Hume's 
'Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds,' 
noticed 1890, 374; 1891, 132; re- 
marks on the 'Birds of British India,' 
by W. E. Brooks, 1892, 59; exhi- 



bition of some skins of birds from the 
Shan States, and description of Ixulus 
clarki, 1894, 433 ; on some birds col- 
lected on Byingyi Mountain, Shan 
States, Burma, 1894, 478. 

Ober, F. A., list of birds obtained in 
Dominica by, noticed 1878, 195; on 
the birds collected in the Lesser 
Antilles, noticed 1 880, 135; researches 
in the West Indies, 1880, 256; on 
a new expedition to the Antilles, 
1880, 380; 'Camps in the Caribbees,' 
noticed 1880, 477. 

Oca, R. M. de, on Mexican Humming- 
birds, i860, 301. 

Ocean, on some birds inhabiting the 
Southern, 1865, '276; on Oceanic birds, 
1866, 124; 1887,255; on the eggs 
of some Oceanic birds, 1867, 457 ; on 
the distribution of Oceanic birds, 
noticed 1872, 427; Green's 'Ocean 
Birds,' noticed 1887,46!. 

Oceania, on the birds of, noticed 1880, 
370. 

O'Connor, L. S., note on Pel's Owl, 
1859, 447. 

Ocydromus, on the method of catching, 
1869, 462. 

Odontopborinse, on Central- American, 
1876, 379. 

Odontornithes, Marsh's ' Monograph of 
the,' noticed 1881, l(i4. 

ffiland, on the birds of, 1870, 515. 

Oellacher, J., on the development of the 
egg in the oviduct, noticed 1873, 
472. 

'OtVersigt af Kongl. Vet.-Akad. For- 
handlingar,' noticed i860, 191. 

Ogden, J. A., synopsis of the genus 
Cliettusia, noticed 1872, 447; on 
Pinornis, noticed 1873,472; remarks 
on Ptiloruis wilsoni, noticed 1877, 
242. 

Ogilvie Grant, see Grant. 

Ohio, Wheaton's 'Catalogue of the 
Birds of,' noticed 1862, 87 ; Jones and 
Shultze's ' Illustrations of the Nests 
and Eggs of the Birds of,' noticed 
1880,476; distribution of Crossbills 
in the Ohio Valley, noticed 1894, 
554. 

Oil-gland, on the birds', noticed 1872, 
439. 

Old- World, on some species of Passerine 
Birds of the, 1870,493. 

Olphe-Galliard, L., ornithological letters 
from, 1862, 300; 1864, 129, 224; on 
Mormon graba3, 18^5. 267; 'Contri- 
butions to the Ornithology of Western 
Europe,' noticed 1885, 231; 1886, 
201 ; ornithological notes from the 



87 



Pyrenees, 1885, 235; on the useful- 
ness of birds, noticed 1 89 1, 284; on 
the birds of the environs of Lyons, 
noticed 1892, 172; obituarial notice 
uf, 1893, "17S. 
Ontario, on tlie birds of, 1886, 210. 
Oologicus, letter from, on the extinction 
of birds by egg-coll ector.s, in reply to 
Oophilus, 1863, 478. 
' Oologie Ornithologique,' Des Murs's, 

noticed i860, 325. 
' Oulogist,' ' The Young,' noticed 1885, 

327. 
Oology, see under Eggs. 
Oometre, Fatio on the, 1865, 532. 
Oophilus, letter from, on the extinction 
of birds by cgg-coUector.s, 1863,372. 
' Ootheca Wolleyana,' Newton's, noticed 

1865, 101. 
Opel, F. M. E., on the anatomy of the 

Cuckoo, 1859, 1L»7. 
Orange Free State, on a collection of 

birds from Kroonstad, 1887, 324. 
Orcades, Cricliton's ' Eamble to the,' 
announced 1866, 426 ; noticed 1867, 
125. 
Orde, J. W. P., see Campbell-Orde. 
Oregon, list of the birds of South-Enst- 
ern, noticed 1879, 353 ; on fossil birds 
from, noticed 1892, 574; on fossil 
birds of the desert of, noticed 1893, 
270. 
Orientalbirds, notes on some, 1888, 409. 
' Origin of Species,' Darwin's, noticed 

1S60, 88. 
Orinoco, on a collection of birds from 

the, 1884, 431. 
Oriolidffi of the Ethiopian Eegion, on 
the, 1870, 213; 1871, 470; on the 
Golden Oriole feeding on cherries, 
18S6, 207, 208. 
Orkney Islands, Harvie-Erown and 
Buckley's ' Vertebrate Fauna of the,' 
noticed 1892. IG6. 
'Ornis,' noticed j886, 90, 51G ; 1887, 

251,465; 1888, 277,487. 
' Ornis Yindobonensis,' Mar.«cl]all and 

Pelzcln's, noticed 1882, 337. 
'Ornithological Miscellany,' Eowlev's, 
noticed 1877, 122, 243, 378, 481 ; 
1878,193, 471. 
Ornithological works, announced i860, 
104; in course of publication, 1889, 
405; 1890, 132, 389; 1891, 299; 
1893, 598. 
' Ornitbologischer Thesaurus,' Giebel's, 
announced 1871, 251, noticed 1872, 
191. 
' Ornilhologisclies Jahrbuch,' noticed 

1890, 382; 1 891, 143. 
'Ornithologist and Oologist,' noticed 



1882, 464; 18S3, 218; 1884, 344 

1885, ■1-17. 

Ornithologists' Congress at Vienna, no- 
tices of, 1884, 453, 456; 1885. 320; 

1886, 84, 88; 1890, 467; 1891,479, 
632; 1893, 144. 

Ornithology, Hartlaub's reports on the 
progress of, 1859, 204; i860, 189; 
1871, 441; 1872, 434; 1873,456; 
as a branch of liberal education, i860, 
89; on the hi.story of, 1868, 342; 
Pelzeln's reports on the progress 
of, noticed 1877, 384; 1878, 378; 
1879, 359 ; 1 88 1, 165, 484; 1882, 
464; 1883,219; progress of, in India, 
1879, 386 ; Oustalet's ' Ornilhological 
Notes,' noticed 1 880, 244 ; 1 884, 209 ; 
ornithological notes, 1891,278, 512; 
Mivart's ' Elements of,' noticed 1892, 
568. 
Orthography of Birds' names, Wharton 

on the, 1879, 449. 
Orthotomns, on the genus, 1877, 108. 
Orton, J., on the Great Auk, noticed 
1871,456; on birds in the Museum 
of Vussar College, noticed 1872, 447; 
on the Condors and Humming-birds 
of the Equatorial Andes, noticed 1872, 
447 ; ' Andes and the Amazon,' no- 
ticed 1877, 373. 
Osburn, W., on the birds of Jamaica, 

1859, 456. 
Oscines, on the egg-shell in the, noticed 
1878, 484; on two rare American, 
1884,240. 
Osprey, on the occurrence in Herts of 
the, 1865, 113; on the breeding in 
Scotland of the, 1865, 360. 
Osteology : Eyton's ' Osteologia Avium,' 
1859,101,321; i860, 90, 412; 1868, 
98; 1870, 266; Elanchard's ' Osteo- 
logie des Oiseaux,' i860, 93 ; Parker'.s 
'Osteology of Bahcniceps,' 1862, 78; 
and of Gallinaceous Birds, 1865, 100; 
on the value of osleological characters 
in the classification of birds, 1864, 36; 
of the Ehea, noticed 1872, 421 ; of 
the Solitaire, noticed 1873, "172; of 
Eudyptes and Splieniscus, noticed 
1885, 104; of the Penguins, noticed 
1888, 275; atteu)pt to diagnose the 
suborders of birds by osteological cha- 
racters alone, 1888, 415; 1889,92; of 
Porzana Carolina, noticed 1889, 131 ; 
of Sturnella and other Icterida; and 
tiie Corvida', noticed 1889, 131 ; of 
Arctic and Sub-Arctic Wnter-birds, 
noticed 1889, 252, 393, 568; 1890, 
260,381.460; 1891, 141,287 ; 1892, 
343; of Circus hudsonicus, noticed 
1889, 568; of the N. American 



88 



Anseres, noticed 1889, 568; of the 
Thruslies, Minjinse, and Wrens, no- 
ticed 1889, 387 ; of the Tiibinares and 
Steganopodes, noticed 1890, 120; of 
tile ArdeiniP, noticed 1890, 120, 261 ; 
of Nortli-American Passeres, noticed 

1890, 458; of North- American Kites, 

1891, 228; of the Paridte, noticed 

1892, 171 ; ' Catalogue of Osteological 
Specimens ol' Birds in the College 
of Surgeons,' noticed 1892, 461. 

Ostrich, on the breeding of the, at Flo- 
rence, noticed 1871, 427; on the 
reproduction of the, in Algeria, noticed 

1871, 461 ; letter on Ostrich-farming, 

1872, 327 ; on the domestication of 
the, at the Cape, noticed 1872, 440; 
Mosenthal and Harting's ' Ostrich- 
farming,' noticed 1877,236 ; on fossil 
Asiatic species of, 1880, 251 ; on the 
South-African, 1884,466; Henke on 
the, 1885, 229. 

Os uneinatiim, on the presence of, in 
certain Musophagidse, noticed 1872, 
450. 

Otides, see Bustard. 

Otocorys, on the genus, noticed 1885,315. 

Otto, H.. on the voice of birds, noticed 
1873,472. 

Oubangui (0. Africa), on birds from, 
noticed 1893, 586 ; 1894, 560. 

Oudh, notes on the birds of, 186 r, 217 ; 
Catalogue of the Birds in the Pro- 
Tincial Museum of, noticed 1890,455. 

' OurEarer Birds,' Dixon's, noticed 1889, 
246. 

Oustalet, E., description of Sibia desgo- 
dinsi, noticed 1878, 191 ; on new birds 
from Saigon and New Guinea, noticed 
1878, 376 ; on new birds in the Paris 
Museum, noticed 1878,376; 1887, 253; 
1894, 441 ; description of the female 
of Pitta ellioti, noticed 1879, 97 ; on 
the ornithology of the Seychelles, no- 
ticed 1879,97 ; on some South- Ameri- 
can Pelicans, and description of 
Pelecanus barbieri, noticed 1879, 98; 
on Ibises, noticed 18/9,219; on a new 
Bronze Starling (Lamprocolius iris), 
noticed 1879, 359; 'Ornithological 
Notes,' noticed i88o,244; i884,209; 
memoir on the birds of Gaboon, no- 
ticed 1880, 245; on birds from the 
Loss Islands, noticed 1880, 245; on 
new birds from New Guinea, noticed 
1 88 1, 164; on newbirds (Cyanalcyon 
quadricolor, Ptilopus marchei, Buce- 
rcjs montana, and Ninox reyi), noticed 
1 88 1, 483 ; essay on the MegapodiidiB, 
noticed 1882, 170; on birds from 
Eastern Africa, noticed 1S83, 106; 



on birds from Somali-land, noticed 

1883, 106 ; on a new form of Galling, 
noticed 1883, 106 ; on birds collected 
by G. Revoil in Somali-land, noticed 

1884, 107 ; 1 88-, 113 ; on a collection 
of birds made by M. E. Chantre in the 
Caucasus, noticed 1884, 459; on birds 
from New Guinea, noticed 1884, 460; 
on the architecture of birds, noticed 
1884, 460; on the Ornithologists' 
Congress at Vienna, noticed 1886, 
88 ; on a new Parrot and Pigeon from 
New Guinea, noticed 1886, 373 ; on a 
new Tetraophasis, noticed 1887, 112; 
on two new birds from Cape Verd 
Islands, noticed 1887, 253; on new 
birds from the Congo, noticed 1887, 
253 ; on a new Tinaniou (Tinamotis 
ingoufi) from Patagonia, noticed 1890, 
453 ; on the breeding of Penguins, 
noticed 1891, 618; Scientific Mission 
to Cape Horn, Birds, noticed 1892, 
173; description of two new birds of 
the families Paradiseida; and Trogon- 
idae, noticed 1892, 174; on the birds 
of China and Tibet, noticed 1 892, 455 ; 
on birds from the Congo and Ouban- 
gui, noticed 1893. 586; on birds from 
India, Tibet, and China, noticed 1894, 
129; note on Drepanornis bruijni, 
noticed 1894, 441 ; on a new Casso- 
wary from the Island of Jobi, noticed 
1894, 560; on new birds from Uban- 
gui, noticed 1894,060; on birds from 
the Sahara, noticed 1894, 561 ; on 
birds from Turkestan, Tibet, and 
Western China, noticed 1894, 561. 

Oustalet, E., and Milne-Edwards. A., on 
the fauna of Comoro, noticed 1 886, 87 ; 
on the birds of Grand Comoro Island, 
noticed 1888, 135; 1889, 389; on 
recently extinct birds, noticed 1894, 
440. 

Oviduct, on the development of the egg 
in the, noticed 1873, 472; on the 
position of the egg in the, noticed 
1887, 111. 

Owen, Sir R., cs?ay on Archa;opteryx, 
1864, 117; on the skeleton of Alca 
impennis, noticed 1865, 336; on 
evidence of a Species of alarge Parrot 
contemporary with the Dodo in Mau- 
ritius, 1866,168 ; ' Anatomy of Verte- 
brates,' noticed i866, 408; on Didus 
solitarius, noticed 1 868, 469 ; Memoirs 
on the Extinct Wingless Birds of New 
Zealand, noticed 1 869,98; on Diuornis, 
noticed 1872, 447, 448 ; 1873, 472; on 
the Dodo, noticed 1872, 448; on the 
osteology of the Solitaire, noticed 
1873,473. 



89 



Owen, Robert, on tlie habits of the 
Swallow-tailed Kite (Elanoides t'lir- 
caliis), i860, 240; on the nesting of 
some Guatemalan birds, with reniarka 
by Osbert Salvin, 1 861, 58. 
Owen-Stanley Peak, on an attempt to 
reach the, noticed 1889, 118. 

Owls, on the nesting in confinement of 
Eagle, 1859. 273, 473; on IM's Owl, 
1859, 445, 447 ; 1872, 444 ; Kaup on 
the StrigidiiB, noticed 1859,450; drink- 
inc oil. i860, 309 ; on tlie distribution 
of the Tawny Owl, 1866, 323 ; on the 
nesting-places of, noticed 1871, 443 ; 
on certain species of, 1872, 327; on 
the genus Stris, 1875, 324 ; on Snowy, 
1875, 517 ; 1877, 131 ; on the nomen- 
clature of British Owls and arrange- 
ment of the Order Striges, 1879, 
34G ; on the ear-formation of North- 
European, noticed 1882,458; on an 
undescribed species of, from New 
Guinea, 1883, 169; notes on Eastern, 
1884, lti9; 1885,138; on the classifi- 
cation of the, 1888, 335, 493; in tlie 
Philadelphia Academy of Sciences, 
noticed 1891, 142; on a new species 
of, from Idaho, noticed 1892, 336; 
Fisher's ' Hawks and Owls of the 
United States,' noticed 1893, 578; 
notes on the Indian, 1894, 433, 524. 

Oxford University Museum, catalogue 
of Arctic birds in the, noticed 1S72, 
434 ; on the bird-collections in the, 
1892, 186; 1893, 156. 

Oxfordshire, Aplin's ' Birds of,' noticed 
1890, 110 ; on the Marsh-Warbler in, 
noticed 1894, 305. 

Ox-pecker, on the habits of the, 1887, 
367. 

Oxynotus, on the species of, 1866, 224; 
of Mauritius and Eeunion, 1866, 
275. 

Ovapok, on the birds of, noticed 1872, 
'456. 



Pachycephala, on the Fijian species of, 
1891,93. 

Pacific: Railway Reports, 1859, 460; 
Gray's ' Catalogue of the Birds of the 
Pacific Islands,' i860, 185; on the 
birds of the Surveying Expedition of 
the North, 1863, 229; on the Sea- 
birds and Waders of the Pacific coast 
of Guatemala, 1865, 187; expedition 
to the North, 1879, 114; ornitho- 
logical letters from the, 18S0, 75, 
218,329, 429; 1881, 102,245, 532; 



1882,391; Fins.;h's ' Ornithology of 
the Pacific Islands,' noticed 1877, 
123 ; on birds from the South, 
noticed 1884, 455 ; notes on birds of 
the Western, 18S7, 201 ; on a new 
Rail from the Pacific Islands, noticed 
1894, 556. 
Pack, Capt.. on birds from the Falkland 

Islands, i860, 432. 
Packard, A. S., ' The Labrador Coast,' 

noticed 1892, 569. 
Padang, on a collection of birds from, 

noticed 1887, -^8. 
Page, Capt., expeditions of, to the La 

Plata, 1859,205; 1889,402. 
Pagenstecher, H. A., on the birds of 

South Georgia, noticed 1885, 319. 
Pahang Expedition, note on the, 1891, 

476. 
PaijkuU, 0. W., ' Summer in Iceland,' 

noticed 1869, 112. 
Paisandu, on the birds of, 1885, 275. 
Palacky, J., on the distribution of birds, 

noticed 1886, 200. 
Palwarctic birds: on PalaearcticPasseres, 
1871, 231 ; 1872, 464 ; on some new 
or rare, 1887, 299; 1891, 360; sy- 
nonymy of some, 1893, 375; Palse- 
arctic White-breasted Dippers, 1892, 
380. 
Palawan, on Lempriere's birds from, 
1884, 316; on a collection of birds 
from, 1888, 193; on the nomen- 
clature of the birds of, 18S8, 372 ; on 
Platen's birds of, noticed 1889, 117 ; 
1890, 38 ; description ofCryptolopha 
xanthopygia from, 1893, 263. 
Palestine, on birds observed in Southern, 
1859, 22 ; notes on the birds of, 1862, 
277 ; 1863, 474 ; 186+, 229; expedition 
to, 1863, 480; 1864, 134; on the 
ornithology of, 1865. 67, 241 ; 1866, 
59,280; 1867,73,360; 1868, 204, 
321 ; Tristram's ' Fauna and Flora of, 
announced 1883, 130, noticed 1884, 
464. 
Pallas, P. S., on the Gulls mentioned 
in the ' Zoographia Rosso-Asiatica ' of, 
1859, 459 ; letter on the ' Zoographia 
Rosso-Asiatica,' 1882, 611. 
Pallas's Sand -Grouse, sec under Sand- 
Grouse. 
Palma, notes on the Island of, 1890, 

67. 

Palmen, J. A., on the migration of birds, 
noticed 1877, 241 ; 1S83, 107; on 
Siberian birds, noticed 1888, 277. 

Palmer, T. S., and Nelson, E. W., on 
five new birds from Mexico, noticed 
1894,441. 

Palmer, W., on birds observed during 



90 



the cruise of the ' Grampus,' noticed 
1891,284. 
Pamir, on the birds of the Pamir Range, 
1883, 48 ; on the birds of the Western, 
noticed 1887, 245. 
' Pampas and the Andes,' Crawford's, 

noticed 1884, 388. 
Panama, on the birds of, 1 86 1 , 209, 406 ; 
1862,10,186; 1863,110,181; 1864, 
128; 1866, 119; expedition to the 
Isthmus of, 1872, 339. 
Papua, Salvadori's ' Ornithology of,' 
noticed 1877, 249, 476; 1878, 149, 
191; 1879,214,481,490; 1880, 255, 
382, 479 ; 1881, 166, 482, 491 ; 1882, 
175, 467,606; 1883,113, 219; 1890, 
258, 378 ; 1 892, 176 ; on Nectariniaus 
of, noticed 1877, 477; on the birds 
of, noticed 1878, 479; 1881, 2»6; 
1886, 151, 1890, 412; Meyer on 
Salvadori's ' Ornithology of,' noticed 
1881, 482; on Loria's birds from, 
noticed 1891, 137; 1892, 176; see 
also New Guinea. 
Para, on the residence of E. L. Layard 
at, 1872, 208; on birds seen during 
a voyage to, 1872, 336 ; on the birds 
of, 1873,374. 
Paradise birds, on new species of, 1859, 
209,332; 1865,343; 1883, 131,199; 
1886, 2.37: 1892, 174; on Wallace's 
Standard-Wing, i860, 26; Schlegelon, 
1861, 202; 1865,343; ou new genera 
of, 1872, 111; 1873,446; on the tail- 
feathers of, noticed 1872, 442 ; 
Elliot's ' Paradiseidaj,' noticed 1873, 
94; remarks on, 1878,54; list of, 
in the Caen Museum, noticed 1881, 
477 ; on the habits of Raggi's Para- 
dise-bird, 1885, 463; papers on, 
1886, 193, 237; on rare, noticed 
1890, 251 ; notes on the British-]*vevv- 
Guinea, 1890, 1,">0 ; remarks on Mac- 
gregor's Paradise-bird, 1891, 414; 
Sharpe's ' Monograph of the,' noticed 
1892, 340; 1893, 461; 1894, '442; 
on the cubital coverts in the, noticed 
1892, 463 ; on snaring, in New 
Guinea, 1893, 463 ; on the egg of the 
Empress Augusta-Victoria's, 1893, 
481. 
Paraguay, on the birds of, noticed 1888, 
131 ; on nests and eggs from, noticed 
1890, 113; on the Humming-birds 
of, 1893, 285. 
Parasiticism, of the Cuckoo, 1865, 223 ; 
on parasitic birds, noticed 1892, 559. 
Pardalotus, on the species of, 1866, 
126; 1868, 118; on the genus, 
noticed 1887, 358. 
Paridffi, see Titmouse. 



Paris, on the birds of the environs of, 

noticed 1875, 265. 
Paris Museum d'Histoire Naturelle, 
' Nouvelles Archives du,' noticed 
1865, 528; on new or rare birds iu 
the, noticed 1872, 465; 1878, 376; 
1887, 253; 1894,441 ; on Accipitrea 
in the, 1875, 253. 
Parker, H., observations ou early nidi- 
fication and migration in North- West 
Ceylon, 1883, 191 ; notes from Ceylon, 
18S6, 182. 
Parker, T. J., on the skeleton of Notornia 
mantelli, noticed 1883, 107 ; on the 
anatomy and development of Apteryx, 
noticed 1891, 619; observations on 
the development of Apteryx, noticed 
1893, 143; in England, 1893, Kil. 
Parker, W. K., ou the osteology of 
Balieniceps, 1862, 78; letter from, on 
the atfinities of Baheuiceijs, 1862, 297; 
on the osteology of Gallinaceous 
birds and Tinamous, 1865, 100; on 
the shoulder-girdle and sternum in 
tlie Vertebrata, i868, 474; on the 
skull of the Common Fowl, noticed 
1 87 1, 456; on the presence of claws 
in the wings of the Ratitje, 1888, 124; 
note on long-faced birds, 1888, 217; 
on the ' manus ' of Phoenicopterus, 
1889, 183 ; ' Morphology of the Duck 
and Auk Tribes,' noticed 1891, 285; 
on the morphology of the Gallinaceie, 
noticed 1891, 618; death of, 1890, 
468. 
Parkinson, R., news of, from Samoa, 

1883, 129. 
Parrakeet, Bonaparte's ' Iconographie 
desPerroquets,' noticed 1859,100; on 
the range and habits of the Carolina, 
noticed 1892, 562 ; description of the 
eggs of tliree species of, 1894, 259. 
Parrot, C, on the size of the heart in 

birds, noticed 1894, 562. 
Parrots, Gray's ' Li.-t of,' noticed 1859, 
320 ; ou the longevity of, 1865, 224 ; 
on a large species of, contemporary 
with the Dddo in Mauritius, 1866, 
168; Finsch's ' Psittacida;,' noticed 
1868, 112; 1869, 223; on Central- 
American, 1 87 1 , 86, 249; on Australian, 
noticed 1872, 188; of tbe Mascarene 
Islands, 1876, 281 ; xanlhochroism 
in, noticed 1883, 106; on talking, 
noticed 1883, 382; on a new New- 
Guinea species of, noticed 1885, 104 ; 
paper on, noticed 1889, 565; on a 
new species of Pigmy, 1891, 6U8 ; 
Ramsay's ' Catalogue of the, in the 
Australian Museum,' noticed 1892, 
174 ; Salvadori's ' Catalogue of the, in 



91 



the British Museum,' noticed 1892, 
45S ; exbibition of three rare Argen- 
tine, 1894, 546. 

Partridge, on a new variety of the, 
noticed 1892, 172. 

Parus, on a new species of, 1870, 154; 
on the genus, noticed 1884, 463. 

Parzudaki, E., sale list of, noticed 1861, 
304. 

Pascoe, F. P.,' Zoological Classification,' 
noticed 1880, 477. 

Passeres : on some Old- World species of 
Passerine birds, 1870, 493; on Palje- 
arctic, 1871, 231 ; on the arrangement 
of the Order, 1874, 4()7 ; Miiller on 
the vocal organs of the, announced 

1877, 400, noticed 1879, 358. 
Patagonia, on the birds of the Rio 

Negro of, noticed 1873, 460, 481 ; 
1884, 206 ; on the bii'ds of, 1877, 27 ; 

1878, 389 ; expedition to, noticed 
1890, 447 ; on tlie Fauna of, noticed 
1890, 448 ; on a new Tinamou from, 
noticed 1890, 453; Hudson's 'Idle 
Days in,' noticed 1893, 457. 

Patella, on the forms of the, in birds, 
noticed 1885, 116. 

Patterson, R. L., letters on tlie occur- 
rence of Syrrhaptes paradoxus in 
Ireland, 1888, 376; 1889,137; letter 
on the occurrence of Harelda glacialis 
in Ireland, 1889, 137; letter on the 
occurrence of the Snowy Owl (Nyctea 
scandiaca) in Ireland, i88g, 260 ; 
letter on the occurrence of Fulniarus 
glacialis on Rathlin Island, 1889, 
580 ; letter on the recent occurrence 
of Dendrocopus major in Ireland, 
1890, 130 ; letter on uncommon birds 
in the North of Ireland, 1892, 180; 
letter on the occurrence of Ampelis 
garrula in Ireland, 1893, 463; letter 
on the escape from captivity of two 
Lesser Kestrels, 1894, 451. 

Pavesi, P., on the occurrence of Meli- 
zophilus undulatus in Lombardy, no- 
ticed 1878,486; on a hybrid Duck, 
noticed 1893, 586; ornithological 
calendar of Pavia, noticed 1894, 
130. 

Pavia, ornithological calendar of, no- 
ticed 1894, 130. 

Payne-Gallwey, R., ' The Fowler in Ire- 
land,' noticed 1883, 218; 'The Book 
of Duck-Decoys,' noticed 1886, 519. 

Pays-Bas, Museum des, see Leyden 
Museum. 

Payton, C. A., letter on the occurrence 
of Bernicla brenla and B. leucopsia 
at Mogador, 1891, 297 ; letter on the 
occurrence of ITydrochelidon leuco- 
ptera in Morocco, 1891, 464. 



Pearson, H. J., exhibition of sets of 
eggs of certain Norwegian birds, 1894, 
299; letter on an hybrid between the 
Willow Grouse and Capercailie, 1894, 
447. 

, and Bid well, E., on a birds' -nesting 

excursion to the North of Norway in 
1893, 1894, 226. 

Pedioecetes, remarks on, 1863, 109. 

Peek, H., 'British Birds at Rousdon,' 
noticed 1889, 390. 

Pegu, list of the birds of, noticed 1883, 
218. 

Peiho River, notes on the ornithology 
of the, 1861, 323. 

Peking, on the ornithology of, 1861, 
323; notes on a journey from Canton 
to, noticed 1871, 477. 

Pelargocrex, new generic name pro- 
posed, 1893, 568. 

Pelargopsis, on the genus, noticed 1871, 
471. 

Pelecanus, on the genus, noticed 1883, 
566. 

Pelew Islands, on birds from the, noticed 
1873, 457. 

Pelican , on the former existence of a large 
species of, in the English fens, 1868, 
363 ; on the humerus of a, from the 
Cambridgeshire feus, noticed 1872, 
446 ; on certain species of, noticed 
1872,456; on some South-American 
species of, noticed, 1879,98; on the 
genus Pelecanus, noticed 1883, 566. 

Pellets thrown up by Rooks, noticed 
1872,461. 

Peltops, on the systematic position of, 
1872, 177; 1873, 480. 

Pelvis, Gegenbaur on the birds', noticed 
18-2,427. 

Pelzelu, A. v., on new or little-known 
species of birds, noticed 1859, 108 ; on 
a new Synallaxis, noticed 1859, 203; 
on birds from Madagascar, noticed 
1859, 460; on the ornithology of Nor- 
folk Island, noticed i860, 421 ; on now 
Accipitres, noticed 1S62, 81 ; on the 
Vulturidiw and Falconidai of the 
Vienna Museum, noticed 1864, 123; 
on Hemerodromus cinctus, noticed 
1864, 231 ; on new birds from Smyrna, 
noticed 1864, 401 ; on a new Syrniura 
and three new Tinami, noticed 1864, 
402 ; on the ornithology of the voy- 
age of the 'Novara,' noticed 1866, 115; 
on variation in the plumage of birds, 
and new Capri mulgid;c, noticed 1866, 
209 ; on birds from New Zealand, 
noticed 1868, 227; 'OrnithologieBra- 
siliens,' noticed 1868, 227 ; 1 869, 113; 
i870, 272; 1871, 457; on birds col- 
lected by Dr. Stoiiczka in Thibet and 



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the Himalayas, iS68, 302; letter on 
an error in the ' Record of Zoological 
Literature,' 1S70, 290 ; on E. v. Ean- 
Boniiet's birds from East Asia, noticed 
1872, 449 ; on tlie Ornithology of the 
Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, noticed 

1872, 449; on Leverian birds in the 
Vienna Museum, 1873, 1"^' l^G ; de- 
scription of Strix insularis, noticed 

1873, 473 ; on the differences in the 
sexes of the Meliphagida? of the Sand- 
wich Islands, noticed 1873, 473; o'^ 
birds from the Aru Islands and Mo- 
luccas, noticed 1873, 473 ; letter on 
Leverian birds, 1874, ^61 ; on birds 
from Spanish Guiana, 1875, '^'-^^ ' ^^' 
scriptions of a new species of Calliste 
and one of Heliangelus, i §77,337; on 
additions to the Imperial Museum at 
Vienna, noticed 1877,883; on birds 
from Ecuador, noticed 1877, 383; 
1878, 478; 1880, 371; i8?4., 107; 
report on the progress of ornithology 
in 1875, noticed 1877, 384 ; in 1870, 
noticed 1878, 378; in 1877, noticed 
1879,359 ; in 1878, noticed 1881, 1(55; 
in 1879, noticed 1881, 484; in 1880, 
noticed 1882, 464; in 1881, noticed 
1883, 219 ; letter on Notornis man 
telli and Oasuarius beccarii, 1876, 
376 ; ou a collection of birds from 
Borneo, noticed 1880, 371; 1882, 
171 ; note on the egg of Casuariua 
beccarii, 18S1, 401 ; on the genus 
Furnarius, 1 881, 402; on birds of 
prey from Syria, noticed 1881, 484; 
account of a collection of birds from 
Central Africa, noticed 18S2, 171; 
on Central-African birds, noticed 
1882, 464; letter on Casuai'ius bec- 
carii and Casuarius galeatus, 1882, 
608 ; on birds from Central Africa 
collected by Emin Bey, noticed 1884, 
108 ; letter from, announcing the 
' Monographie der Pipridai,' 1886, 
377; on the hisioi-y of the collection of 
Birds in the Vienna Museum, noticed 
1891, 459; death of, 1892, 188. 

Pelzein, A. v., and Fischer, F., on the 
birdsof Jan Mayen, noticed 1887, lOG. 

, and Kohl, F. F., on birds from 

Ceylon, noticed 1887, 113. 

, and Lorenz, L. v., on the types in 

the Vienma Museum, noticed 1887, 
254; 1888,367, 487. 

, and Madarasz, J. v., ' Mono- 
graphie der Pipridae,' announced 1886, 
377, noticed 1888, 137. 

, and Marschall, A. F., ' Ornis^ Vin- 

dobouonsis,' noticed 1882, 337. 



Pelzein, A. v., and Radde, E., ou birds 
from the Caucasus, noticed 1884, 344. 

Penguin, on a fossil 1870, 523; Coues 
on the Spheniscidse, noticed 1873, 
442, 443 ; on two New Zealand 
species of, 1875, 112; on the family 
Spheniscidae, noticed 1881, 482; on 
the anatomy of the SpheniscidiB, 
noticed 1884, 113; on the osteology 
of the, noticed 1885, 104; 1888, 275 ; 
on the diaphragm of Eudyptes, no- 
ticed 1885, 104; ou the arterial system 
of the, noticed 1885, 104, 105; note 
on the Emperor, 1888, 325; of the 
Eio de U Plata, 1889, 144 ; near Cape 
Corrientes, 1889, 257 ; near Rio 
Grande do Sul, 1889, 258; on the 
Penguinary at the Jardin d'Acclima- 
tation, Paris, 1S91, 476; on the 
breeding of, 1891, 618. 

' Pennsylvania (^East) and New Jersey,' 
Turnbulls 'Birds of,' 1870, 127. 

Penrisen (Mount), on a small collection 
of birds from, 1890, 366 ; on birds col- 
lected by A. H. Everett on, 1893, 650. 

Penrose, F. G., notes on a colleciion of 
birds' skins and eggs from Ascension 
Island, 1879,272. 

Peiiton, Capt., list of birds obtained 
near Suakin, 1894, 118. 

Perkins, R. C. L., expedition to the 
Sandwich Islands, 1892, 351 ; notes 
on collecting in Kona, Hawaii, 1893, 
101 ; progress of, in the Sandwich 
Islands, 1893, 595 ; news of, in 
Hawaii, 1893, 596; 1894,328. 

Pernis, on the species of the genus in- 
habiting Japan, 1884, 275. 

Pernv, Mgr.. on the collections of, 1868, 
223. 

Persia, on new birds from, 1864, 399; 
De Filippi's ' Viaggio in,' 1866, 413; 
on a collection of birds from, 1871, 
371; expedition to, 1872, 92; on 
Persian birds, 1873, 86, 225; 1874, 
75 ; Bkinford's ' Zoology of Eastern,' 
announced 1874, 174, noticed 1877, 
122 ; on birds from the Persian Gulf, 
1886, 475, 493; 1891, 103. 

Peru, Philippi and Landbeck's ' Fauna 
von,' noticed 1863, 467; 1864, 120; on 
the birds collected by Jelski in, 1874, 
100 ; Taczanowski's ' Ornithologie du,' 
progress of, 1883,232, noticed 1884, 
463; 1885, 234; 18S6, 202; 1887, 
118; on a new Gi'ound-Finch from 
Western, 1886, 258 ; on two new 
birds from Northern, 1889, 181 ; on 
Oarlepp's birds from North, noticed 
1890, 111,372; on a new species of 



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Grebe from Central, 1S94, 100; on 

- new species of birds from Central, 
1894, 385. 

Petcbora, on tbe birds of the Lower, 
18-6, 1U5, 215, 289, 434; on See- 
bobni's expedition to the, 1877, o'J2 

Peters, W., on a new form of 'J brush, 
1863, 355 ; on two new East-AtVican 
birds (Tardus tropicalis and Necta- 
rinia olivacina), noticed 1881, 484; 
death of, 1883, 385. 

Petherick, J., on tlie acquisition of s])eci- 
meus of Bala:nicejDS rex by, 1859, 471. 

' Petrel,' Ambrose's ' Some Account of 
the,' 1865, 105. 

Petrel, on a supposed new species from 
tbe Sandwich Islands, notictd 1883, 
110 ; progress of Salvin's ' Mouo£;raph 
of the Petrels,' 1884, 123; on a new 
species of, 1891, 192; note on the 
Collared, 1891, 411 ; further particu- 
lars on the Collared, 1891, 477; on 
Pelagodroma marina new to the 
British list, 1891, G02 ; on the 
Petrels of Madeira, noticed 1892, 564. 

PetropauloTskv, on new birds frOm, no- 
ticed 1 8 84, i08; 1885, 112. 

Pettigrew, J. B., ' Flight in the Animal 
Kingdom,' noticed 1868, 476 ; on the 
Phjsiology of Wings, noticed 1872, 
449. 

Pezophapp, on skeletons of, 1S68, 362. 

Phainopppla, note on the orthography 
of, 1S79, 222. 

Phalacrocoracidse, see Cormorant. 

Pheasants, on a new species of, of the 
genus Argus, 1865, 423 ; paper on, 
1865, 529; on a new species of, of 
the genus Polyplectron, 1866, 56 ; on 
the ancient existence of, in England, 

1869, 358; Elliot's '.Monograph of 
the Piiasianidse,' 1869, 464; 1870, 
520; 1871, 429; 1872, 194, 424; 
1873, 93, 445; on two species of, 

1870, 147 ; descriptions of some new 
species of, noticed 1871, 429; 1872, 
425 ; on Argus oceUatns, 1873, 330 ; 
on Central- Asiatic, 1876, 131 ; on 
Reeve's Pheasant at home, 1886, 382 ; 
on the habits and range of Bulwer's 
Pheasant, 1888, 413. 

Pheucticus, on a new species of the 
genus, 1891, 272. 

Philadelphia Academy of Natural 
Sciences Journal of the, noticed 1859, 
110, 2OI) ; Proceedings of the, no- 
ticed 1859, 110, 205, 325,461 ; i860, 
97, 192,301,423; 1863, 97, 192, 229; 
on the donations of T. B. Wilson to 
the, i860, 423; catalogue of Owls in 
the, noticed 1891, 142. 



Philippi, R. A., on a new Gracuhis, 
noticed 1S59, 204; on new Ducks 
from Chili 1861, 107; ' Reise durch 
die Andenwiiste Atacaina,' noticed 
1861, 109, 199; memoir on new 
Chilian animals, 1881, 484. 

, and Landbeck, L., ' Beitrage zur 

Fauna von Peru,' noticed 1863, 467 ; 
1S64, 120; note on the papers of, in 
the 'Anales de la Universidad de Chile,' 
1866, 424 ; ' Catalogue of the birds of 
Chili,' notictd 1871, 458. 

Philippine Islands, on the birds of prey 
of the, 1868, 356; on a species of 
Circus from the, 1870, 444; report 
on the Ornithology of the, noticed 
1883, 571 ; contributions to the 
Ornithology of the, 1884, 330; 
1886, 155; on the ornithologic;il re- 
sults of an expedition to the, 1891, 
301 ; on two new Flycatchers from 
the Island of Negros, 1891, 46; on 
some Pigeons from the, noticed 1891, 
618; on birds from the, 1892, 170, 
1894, 406; on the distribution of 
genera and species of non-migratory 
land-birds in the, 1894,411; on the 
birds of the highlands of North Luzon, 
1894, 501 ; on birds from the Island 
of Negros, 1894, 531. 

Phillips, E. Lort, on the birds collected 
in Somaliland by, 1885, 389. 

Phillipp.s-WoUey, C, on the migrations 
of the Little Bustard, 1882, 478. 

Phodilus, on the genus, noticed 1878, 
195. 

Phylloscopi, on the synonymy of certain 
species of, 1871, 109; on the, 1877, 
66. 

Picaglia, L., on Syrrhaptes paradoxus 
in Italy, noticed 1889, 121. 

Picariju, Catahjgue of the, in the British 
Museum, noticed 1S90, 450; 1892, 
570, 572. 

Picidaj, see Woodpeckers. 

Picolaptes, on a new Sijecies of, from 
the Lower Amazons, noticed 1887, 
356. 

Pico- Passerine group of birds, on an 
attempt to diagnose the, 1890, 29. 

Picumnus, on a new species of, from 
Southern Brazil, 18S4, 441 ; on an 
apparently unnamed sjjecies of, i88g, 
3.54. 

Piedmont, on Pallas's Sand-Grouse in, 
1864,228. 

Pidsley, W. E. IL, and Macpherson, 
H. A. 'The Birds of Devonshire,' 
noticed 1891, 460. 

Pigeons, Bouaj^nrte's ' Iconographio des,' 
1859, 105 ; of the Malay Archipelago, 



94 



i868, 1, 215; on the variation in the 
skulls of Domestic, noticed 1878, 486 ; 
on the Ethiopian, 1883, 258; on the 
anatomy of, 1883, 379; from Borneo 
and the Philippines, noticed 1891, 
618 ; classification of the, noticed 

1892, 177; Salvadori's Catalogue of, 
in the British Museum, noticed 1893, 
587. 

Pigott, T. D., ' London Birds and 
London Insects,' noticed 1893, 270, 
586 ; exhibition of a series of Guille- 
mots' eggs, 1894, 117; exhibition 
of specimens of shingly beach re- 
sembling the eggs of Terns, 1894, 
299. 

Pike, N., on a visit to Round Island, 
noticed 1871, 458. 

Pilcoraayo, extracts from the letters of 
J.Graham Kerr on the, 1890, 350; 
expedition to the, 1891, 13, 2G0, 
475 ; on two new Woodpeckers from 
the, 1891, 604; on the avifauna of 
the Lower, 1892, 120. 

Pinto, S., list of birds collected by, 
noticed 1886, 523. 

Pipreola, on the genus, 1878, 164. 

Pipridre, Pelzeln and Madarasz's ' Mono- 
graphie der,' noticed 1886, 377; i888, 
137. 

Pisa, on birds observed at and near 
during 1864, 1865, 50. 

Pittas, Elliot's ' Monograph of tlie,' 
noticed 1861, 407; 1862, 86, 383; 
1863, 360, new edition 1892, 580; 

1893, .578 ; 1894,305, 438 ; on a new 
species of, 1862, 186; on the genus 
Pitta, 1864, 100; remarks on some 
lately described species, with a sy- 
nopsis of the family of, 1870, 408; 
1 87 1, 429; note on the correct name 
of the genus Pitta, 1877. 260 ; Gould's 
' Monograph of the,' annoimced 1881, 
179; review of the species of, 1893, 
488. 

' Planches Coloriees,' on the dates of 

the publication of Temminck and 

Laugier's, 1868, 499. 
Plant, F., notice of his expedition to 

Madagascar, 1862, 196 ; arrival of, in 

Madagascar. 1863, 120. 
Platalea, on the genus, 1889, 32, 258. 
Platen, Dr., on his collection of birds 

from the Moluccas, noticed 1884, 467 ; 

from Palawan, noticed 1889, 117; 

from the Sooloo Islands, noticed 1891 , 

128; from Mindanao, noticed 1891, 

129 ; from Great Sanghir and Siao, 

noticed 1891, 274. 
Platycercus, on a species of, from 

Antipodes Island, noticed 1893, 133. 



Platystira, on the genus and its allies, 

1873, 156. 
Pleasant Island (W. Pacific), on a new- 
Reed- Warbler from, 1883, 142. 
Pleske, T., revision of the Ornis of 
Turkestan, noticed 1889, 250 ; 'Orni- 
thographia Rossica,' noticed 1889, 
563 ; 1890, 255 ; 1891, 461 ; on Preje- 
valski's Journeys in Central Asia, 
Birds, noticed 1*890, 256; 1891, 285; 
on some hybrid birds, noticed 1891, 
620 ; description of two new Tits in 
the St. Petersburg Museum, 1894, 
291 ; notes on certain species of Tits, 
1894, 292. 
Ploceida;, Bartlett's ' Monograph of the,' 
announced 1885, 330; 1888, 286, 
noticed 1888, 360; 1890, 248; re- 
view of the Ethiopian, 1886, 301 ; 
1887, 1; from Sumatra, noticed 1893, 
129. 
Plotus, on the species of the genus, and 

tlieir distribution, 1886, 41. 
Plover, on the occurrence in England 
of the Kill-deer, 1862, 275; Seebohm's 
' Geographical Distribution of the 
Plovers,' announced 1887, 123, no- 
ticed 1888, 369; description of a rare 
species of, from the Cameroons, 1887, 
417. 
Phmiage, on a male duck assuming 
female, 1859, 322; variation in, 1866, 
209; 1869, 458; 1883, 331; 1889, 
472; change of, in Thrushes, 1869, 
122, of theyoungof Nycteascandiaca, 
1880, 144; assumption by female 
birds of the male, 1888, 226, 495. 
Podicipida?, synopsis of North American, 

1863, 107. 
Podolia, on the birds of, noticed 1 860, 97. 
Poeh (Mount), on the birds collected by 

A. H. Everett on, 1893, 550. 
Poephila, on two Australian species of, 

noticed 1878, 473. 
Poey, 'F., Repertorio fisico-naturalde la 
Isla de Cuba,' noticed 1867, 377; 
death of, 1 89 1, 300. 
Poland on the birds of, noticed 1879, 

102; 1889, 133. 
Polar Regions, Richardson's, noticed 
1 86 1, 302; on bird-hfe at the North 
Pole, 1870, 130; on a journey to the 
North Polar seas, noticed 1873, 457 ; 
on birds observed in the Polar Basin, 
1877, 401; Nares and Feilden's 
' Voyage to the Polar Sea,' noticed 
1 879, 97 ; on the origin of life in the, 
1887, 236; 1888, 204; on a new 
British expedition to the, 1893, 286; 
note on the Jackson-Harmsworth 
expedition to the, 1894, 579. 



95 



P.iliopsar, on the change of the name, 
to Spodiopsar, 1889, 580. 

Pollen, F. r. L., on Oxynotus ferru- 
gineus, 1S65, 530; on the genus 
Oxynotus of Mauritius and Reunion, 

1866, 275; ' Memoires Scientifiques,' 
noticed 1867, 129; death of, 1886, 
388. 

, Schlegel, H., and Van Dam, D. C, 

'Faune de ^ladagascar," noticed 1868, 
224,476; 1869, 112 

Polynesia, Finsch and Hartlaub's 'Orni- 
tbologyof Central,' noticed i86~,245 ; 
1868, 107; on the Ptilopi of, 1891, 
666; on birds of, noticed 1892, 465. 

Polynomials in Zoology, on the use of, 
noticed 1885, 315. 

Polvplectron, on uew species of, 1866, 
56; 1883, 136. 

Pomatorhiuus, on the genus, 1878, 129. 

Pomerania, on the occurrence of certain 
birds in, noticed 1873, 460; on col- 
lections in, noticed 1886, 80; on 
bird-life in, noticed 1891, 280. 

Pomerania (New), on the birds of, 
noticed 1871, 459; on the raptorial 
birds of, noticed 1873, 460; on the 
Eavens of, noticed 1873, 466. 

Porphyrio, on the genus, and its species, 
noticed 1879, 213; 1880, 478. 

Port Blair, ou the birds of, noticed 
1871,419. 

Port Darwin, on a collection of birds 
from, noticed 1879, ^^■ 

Port Denison, on birds from, 1865, 
83; 1866,325. 

Porto Eico, on the birds of, 1864, 157 ; 

1867, 129; 1871, 475; 1872, 414; 
on the fauna of, noticed 1881, 478; 
on a new Owl from, 1882, 466; 1883, 
110. 

Porto Santo, notes on birds obtained at, 
1890,438. 

Portugal, Barboza du Bocage's ' List of 
the Birds of,' 1863, 227; sketch of 
the birds of, 1868, 428 ; on the birds 
of, 1870,134; 1873,475; 1885,452; 
1886, 521; 1887, 77, 182, 302,372; 
Smith's ' Spring Tour in,' 1870, 266 ; 

187 1, 473; Giraldes' 'Catalogue of 
the Birds of,' 1884, 455; on Oerthi- 
lauda duponti in, 1887, 244. 

Potanin, G. N., on Adrianof's ' Birds of 
Mongolia,' noticed 1886, 188. 

Potts, T. H., on the birds of New Zea- 
land, noticed 1871,458; 1872, 449; 
1873, 474 ; on additions to the 
Canterbury Museum, New Zealand, 

1872. 35, 473 ; on the egg of Eudy- 
namis taitiensis, 1872,326; on a New 
Zealand Gerygone, 1872, 325; on a 



new species of Prion, 1873, 85; notes 
on Keropiaerassirostris, noticed 1873. 
474. 

Pouchet, A., on nests of the Swallow, 
noticed 1871, 459. 

Poule Eouge, on the, 1868, 479, 480. 

Poverty Bay, on the footprints of the 
Moa'at, noticed 1872, 428, 467. 

Powder-downs of the Kagu, Murio on 
the, noticed 1872, 444. 

Powys, Hon. Thos. L., see Lilford, 
Lord. 

Prairie-journey, ornithology of a, 1865, 
157. 

Pratt, A. E., 'To the Snows of Tibet 
through China,' noticed 1892, 456. 

Pratt, J., letter on Anthus spinoletta 
near Brighton, 1865, 114. 

Preanger (Java), on birds from, noticed 
1892, 1()9. 

Preen, C, on the catching of singing- 
birds, noticed 1873, 474. 

Prejevalsky, N. M., notes on the birds of 
East Asia, noticed 1873, 474 ; on the 
travels of, in China, 1874, 174; ex- 
pedition to Lob-nor, noticed 1878, 
375 ; expected return of, from Tibet, 
1881, 178; ' Mongolia and Northern 
Tibet,' noticed 1877,242; 'Birds of 
Mongolia,' date of, 1879, 387 ; on the 
birds of Northern Tibet. 1884, 242; 
journey in Tibet, noticed 1885, 110; 
on a new expedition of, 1885, 330; 
on new species of Central-Asian birds 
(translated from the Eussian by E. 
Delmar Morgan), 1887, 401 ; de- 
parture of, to Lhassa, 1888, 380; 
' Fourth Journey into Central Asia,' 
noticed 1889, 122; Birds of Central 
Asia, pt. i., noticed 1890, 256; Jour- 
neys in Central Asia, noticed 1891, 
285. 

Prentiss, D. W., and Coues, E , on the 
birds of the district of Colombia, 
1864, 125 ; ' The Avifauna of Colom- 
bia,' noticed 18S4, 454. 

Preservation of birds, on the acids used 
in the, 1869, 239. 

Prevost, F., and Leraaire, C. L., 'Oiseaux 
d'Europe,' noticed 1864, 120. 

Preyer, II., on the Great Auk, 1862, 381 ; 
1863, 356. 

Prever, W., and Zirkel, F., ' Eeise nach 
Island,' 1862, 295. 

Pribylov Islands, Coues's ' Ornithology 
of the,' noticed 1874, 458; on bird- 
life in the, 1882,477,600. 

Prince's Island, on birds found in, 
noticed 1881, 473. 

Principe (Ilha do), on the birds of the, 
1867,244; 1888, 142. 



06 



Prion, on a new species of, 1873, 85. 
ri-ionochili, on the British Indian, 

1874. 1- 
Prioritj' in the publication of names, on 

the question of, 1867, 255; 1868, 

1-22; 1869, 346. 
Procellariidi\?, Coues on the, 1867, 131 ; 

collected during the voyage of the 

'Magenta' round the world, 1869, 

61 ; on certain New Zealand, 1872, 

83 ; ' Monograph of the,' announced 

1884, 123; critical notes on the, 1888, 

351. 
Progne, on the species of, noticed 1873, 

481. 
Prussia, on the birds of, 1888, 134 ; on 

the birds of East, 1892, 353, 504. 
Prussian expedition to Eastern Asia, Von 

Martens's, 1868, 340. 
Pruth, on the birds of the, noticed 1880, 

138. 
Pryer, H., death of, 1888, 381. 
, and Blakiston, T. W., ' Catalogue 

of Birds of Japan,' 1878, 208 ; 1879, 

18 ; 1884, 33G; on the birds of Japan, 

1882,599. 
Psaltriparus, on anew Arizonan, noticed 

1889, 129. 
Pseudocolaptes, on a new species of, 

noticed 1883, 564. 
Psilorhiuus, on the genus, noticed 1891, 

463. 
Psittaci, see Parrots. 
Psittacula, on Eidgway's paper on the 

genus, 1888, 493 ; review of the genus, 

noticed 1889, 127. 
Ptarmigan, on the shedding of the claws 

in the, 1885,50, 117. 
Pternistes, review of the genus, 1892, 32. 
Pteroptochidse, on the family, 1874, 

189; on a new Costa Rican species 

of, 1889, 262. 
Pterylography : Nitzsch's 'Pterylo- 

graphie' (translation), noticed 1865, 

118; 1868, 96; of Birds' wings, 

noticed 1890, 453. 
PtilonorhynclaidiB : on the habits of 

Newton's Bower-bird, 1889, 58! ; 

Sharpe's ' Monograph of tlie,' noticed 

1892,340; 1893, 461 ; 1894, 442; on 

the cubital coverts in the, noticed 

1892,463. 
Ptilopredes, on the young in down of 

the, noticed 1887, 256. 
Ptilopterus, Bonaparte's 'Conspectus 
rtilopterorumSysteiuaticu3,' 1873, 103. 
Ptilopus, on new species of, noticed 

1863, 119; 1893, 460; on the species 

of the genus, noticed 1881, 167; on 

the I'olvnesian members of the geuus, 

1891,566. 



Ptiloris, review of the genus, noticed 

1872, 426. 
Pucheran, J., on the ornitliology of the 

Sandwich Islands, 1859, 202, 322; 

notice of the papers of, in 'L'In.stitut,' 

1859, 322; on Muscicapa tricolor, 

1868, 103. 
PulF-birds, Sclater's 'Monograph of the,' 

noticed 1880, 142, 372; 1881, 167, 

604; 1882, 607. 
Puglia, on the avifauna of, noticed 

1 89 1, 620. 
Puna Island, on birds from, 1870, 

281. 
Purdie, A. C, on Dendrocygna eytoni, 

noticed 1872, 450. 
Pycraft, W. P., on the pterylography 

of birds' wings, noticed 1890, 453; 

on the malformation of the bill in 

birds, noticed 1892,328; on a point 

in the mechanism of the bill in birds, 

1893, 361, 592 ; on tlie barbs of 
feathers, noticed 1894, 312 ; letter on 
material required by him for studying 
the pterylography of the bird's wing, 

1894, 324; on the wing of Archte- 
opteryx, noticed 1894, 563. 

Pyrenees, on the Cinclus of the, 1867, 
"466; on the birds of the, 1883, 229; 

1884, .365; 1885, 235; observutions 

in the Eastern, 1 887, 66 ; contributions 

to the avifauna of the Eastern, 18S9, 

520. 
Pyrrhula, note on the genus, 1863, 440; 

on some Asiatic species of, 1874, 

463. 
Pytelia, on a new species of, 1874, 

166. 



Q. 



Quadrate bone in birds, paper on the, 
noticed 1889, 394. 

Quails, on the breeding of, in N. Uist, 
1871, 112; on the abundance of, 1872, 
461 ; 1886, 210; occurrence of, near 
Chipping Norton, 1886, 101. 

Quebec, on the birds of, 1861, 111, 210, 
407. 

Queenshxnd, on birds from Port Deni- 
son, 1865,83; 1866, 325; Lumholtz's 
' Among Cannibals in,' noticed 1890, 
250; on extinct birds from, 1892, 
530 ; exliibition of Geophaps plumifera 
from Northern, 1893, 570. 

Quelch, J. J., on the habits of the 
Huatzin (Opislhoconuis cristatus), 
1890, 327; on the birds of prey of 
British Guiana, noticed 1893, 143. 

Quesal-shooting in Vera Paz, 1861, 
138. 



Quiscalinie, review of the, 1S84, 149; 

on the Grakles of tlie subgenus Quia- 

calus, noticed 1892, i>(^3. 
Quifftorp, Dr., ornithological not<>8 on 

New Pouierania, noticed i87i,4,'i9. 
Quito, on birds froui, noticed 18S9, 

559. 



R. 



Eabbetts, H. R., on the capture of 
Siurus noveboracensis in the Bay of 
Biscay, 18S8, 494. 

Radakoff, W. N., on the 'Hand-Atlas' 
of, 1877, 255; notes on the birds of 
the Lower Danube and Pruth, noticed 
1880. 138. 

Radcliffe, E. D., notes on Indian birds 
of prey, 187 r, 3()3. 

Radde, E., and Ptlzi'ln, A. v., on birds 
from the Caucasus, noticed 1884, 
344. 

Radde, G., travels of, in Eastern Asia, 
noticed 1859, 204, 473; 1S62, 302; 
1866, 118; note on his proposed 
expedition to the Transcaspian Pro- 
vince, 1885, 237; ' Orais Caucasica,' 
noticed 1S85, 111; (be Transcaspian 
Expedition of, 1886, 384; 1887,260; 
the Fauna of the South-western Cas- 
pian district, noticed 1886, 521 ; 
notes on birds collected in the Trans- 
caspian Region by, 1889, 85; 1890, 
342 ; on tlie Birds of the Caucasus, 
noticed 1891, 136. 

• , and Walter, A., on the birds of 

Transcjispia, noticed 1889, 567. 

Raeburu, H., on the Great Skua, noticed 
1891, 461. 

Raffles Museum at Singapore, on the, 
1890. 131. 

Ragazzi, V., on birds collected in Shoa 
and Harar by, noticed 1888, 487; 
1889, 130. 

Rail : review of the Japanese Rails, 
noticed 1887, 359; description of a 
new, noticed 1889, 395; observations 
on the Farallon, noticed 1891, 286; 
on a new extinct, 1892, 473; classi- 
fication of the, 1893, 258; on four 
new species of, noticed 1893, 267; 
on a new species of, from the Pacific 
Islands, noticed 1894, 556. 

Rake, Beaven, letters from, suggesting 
the publication of a new List of 
British Birds, i860, 430; 1861, 
210. 

Rallidffi, fee R;iil. 

Ramage, G. S., ni^ws of, in Dominica, 
1888, 380; on collections of birds 
from Dominica and St. Lucia, 1889, 



403 ; on birds from Fernando 
Norouha, noticed 1891, 140. 
Ramsay, E. P., on the birds breeding 
in the neighbourhood of Sydney, New 
South Wales, 1863, 177, 445; 1864, 
243; 1865, 298; 1868, 271; on the 
Didunculus slrigirostris or Tooth- 
billed Pigeon from Upolo, 1864,98; 
on birds from Port Denison, Queens- 
land, 1865,83; 1866, 325; on nests 
and eggs of New Zealand birds, 
1865, 154; on the species of Parda- 
lotus, 1866, 126, 1868,118; letter on 
Pycnoptilus floccosus, 1866, 419; 
letter on the supposed gular pouch of 
the Australian J3ustard, 1867, 134; 
on Australian Oology, 1867, 133, 
413 ; 1883, i'"^ ; letter on the bower- 
building habits of Sericulus melinus, 
1867, 45() ; letter on Donacola 
castaneothorax, 1868, 231; letter on 
a question of priority in the publi- 
cation of names, 1869,346; note on 
Rliipidura rufifrons, 1875, 377 ; letter 
on Strix Candida, 1875, 512; letter 
on Eclectus polychloriis, 1878, 379; on 
Edoliosoma schisticeps, noticed 1879, 
98; on Pachycephala pallida, noticed 
1879, 98; on lauthoenas pallidiceps, 
noticed, 1879, 99 ; on three new 
birds from the New Hebrides, noticed 

1879, 99; descriptions of Ptilotis 
germana, Myiolestes nigrogularis, and 
five new species of birds from Torres 
Straits, noticed 1879, 300; on birds 
from New Guinea, noticed 1879, 360 ; 

1880, 372; on the zoology of the 
Solomon Islands, noticed 1880, 138; 
1882,173; 1883, 108; contributions 
to the zoology of New Guinea, noticed 
1880, 139; 1882, 172; 1884, 210, 
3.53; notes on some recenlly de- 
scribed birds from the Solouion 
Islands, with remarks on some Aus- 
tralian birds, noticed 1882, 172; 
note on an undetermined species 
ofLalage, noticed 1882, 172; letter 
on some birds from the New Hebrides, 
Cape York, and the Solomon Islands, 
1882, 344; on new birds fr^m the 
Solomon Islands and New Britain, 
noticed 1882, 339; notes on birds 
from the Solomon Islands, noticed 
1882, 465, 472; description of a new 
species of Honey-eater from New 
Guinea, noticed 1882, 465; notes on 
Oriolus affinis, noticed 1882, 465; on 
a new P]urystopodus, noticed 1882, 
465; descriptions of new birds from 
the Solomon Islands, noticed 1882, 
603; 1883, 219; note on the range 



98 



of Pycnoptilus floccofcus and PucLy- 
cephala oliviicea, noticed 1882, 603 ; on 
the zoology of 'Lord Howe's Island,' 
noticed 1883, 108 ; on the eggs of five 
species of Fijian birds, noticed 1883, 
1U8 ; on the type specimen of Carpo- 
phaga finschi, noticed 1S83, 3fc0 ; on 
a new CoUyriocincla, noticed 1 885, 90 ; 
on the birds of ilonut Astrolabe, 
noticed 1886, 90; 'Tabular List of 
Australian Birds,' noticed 1889, 123; 
supplement to the Catalogue of 
Australian Accipitres in the Austra- 
lian Museum, noticed 1891, 136; 
Catalogue of the Birds in tlie Austra- 
lian Museum. Part iii. Pcittaci, 
noticed 1892, 174. 
E-arasay,E.. G. Wardlaw-, ornithological 
notes from Ivareu-nee, 1875, 348; 
notes on some Burmese birds, 1877, 
452; on the genus Poniatorhinus, 
1878, 129 ; ornithological notes from 
Afghanistsn,No. L, 1879, 4-14; No. II., 

1880, 45; desciiption of two new 
species of birds (Analcipus consan- 
guineus and Edoliosoma alteram), 

1881, 32; letter on Pitta (Hydrornis) 
soror, 1S81, 496; reprint of the Mar- 
quis of Tweeddale's Ornithological 
Works, noticed 1882, 177; catalogue 
of tl:e Tweeddale collections, 1884, 
123 ; contributions to the ornithology 
of the Philippine Islands: No. I, on 
two collections of birds from the 
vicinity of Manila, 1884, 330; No. II., 
on additional collections of birds, 
1886, 155; on the Columbine gtnus 
Macropygia and its allies, 1890, '214 ; 
on a new genus of the order Columba?, 
1890,246. 

Eansonnet, E. v.. on tlie birds obtained 
from East Asia by, noticed 1872, 
449. 

Eaptorial birds, Gurney's 'Catalogue 
of tlie, in the Norfolk and Norwich 
Museum,' noticed 1865, 99; of the 
Malay Archipelago, 1868, 1, 215; of 
New Pomerania and liiigeu Island, 
noticed 1873. 460; collected by G. E. 
Richards in New Britain, 1882, 126; 
on the geographical distribution of, 
in Russia, 1884.278; 1885, 255; "n 
the Gurney Collection of, 1891, 632; 
on the, in the Norwich Museum, 1893, 
338 ; sec also iindtr Gurney, J. II. 

Raratonga Island, on birds from, noticed 
1872,434. 

Rathbun, F. R., 'List of the Birds of 
Cer.tral New York,' noticed 1882, 
339; 'Bright Feathers,' noticed 1882, 
173, 601. 



Rathlin Island, on the occurrence of 
Fulmarus glacialis on, 1S89, 680. 

Ratitre, on the myology of the, noticed 
1 88 1, 478; on the presence of claws 
in the wings of the, 1888. 124. 

Raven, Sliufeldi's ' Myology of the, 
noticed 1891, 141. 

Ravenstein, E. G., 'Russians on the 
Anioor,' noticed 1862, 178. 

Ray Society's translation of Nitzsch's 
'■pterylographie,' 1865, 118; 1868, 96; 
work on the Shoulder-Girdle, 1868, 
474. 

Read, R., remarks on the changes of 
the plumage in tlie Black-headed 
Gull, 1893, 440 ; exhibition of an 
abnormally coloured Black-headed 
Gull, 1893, 444. 

'Record of Zoological Literature,' an- 
nouncement of the, 1865, 362 ; on an 
error in the, 1870, 296; noticed 1871, 
455; 1S84, 211; 1889, 255; letter 
on the criticism of the, 1889, 399. 

Rectes, on new species of, noticed 1879, 
100; note on the genus, 1888, 435. 

Red River of Texas, M'Cauley's 'Birds 
of the,' nr-ticed 1877, 484. 

Red Sea. on the birds of the, noticed 
1859, 337; i860, 430; 1862, 79; 
1872,414. 

Redshank, on the distribution in Eng- 
land of the, 1866, 4'20. 

Reed, E. 0., on the birds of Juan Fer- 
nandez and Mas-a-fuera, 1874, 81 ; 
on the zoology of the province of 
Colchagua, noticed 1878,485; notes 
on the birds of Chili, 1893, 595. 

Regalia, E., on the claws of birds, 
noticed 1889, 124; 1893, 144. 

Reichenau, W., essay on the Darwinian 
theory of birds' nests, noticed 1881, 
486. 

Reichenbach, H. G. L., ' Handbuch der 
speciellen Oruithologie,' noticed 1861, 
405 ; proposed index to ' Avium 
Systema Naturale,' 1879, 380; death 
of, 1879, 384; Meyer's ' Index to the 
Ornithological Works of,' noticed 
1880,243,374. 

Reichenow, A., on Martin's ' Die Praxis 
der Naturgeschiclite,' noticed 1877, 
459 ; on the measurements of eggs, 
noticed 1871, 459; on the structure 
of the foot of various birds, noticed 
1872, 450; on birds observed in West 
Africa, noticed 1873, 474; ' Vogel- 
bilder aus ferncn Zonen,' announced, 
18-8, 492; noticed 1879,09; 1880, 
372; 1883, 381; 1885, 112; catalogue 
of the Bird-show of the "iEgintlia," 
noticed 1879, 361; on birds of Zoo- 



9\) 



l(jgical Gardens, noticed 1884, 108; 
ou birds from East Africa, noticed 

1893, 587; list of G-eriiian -Eirds, 

1894, 130 ; on the birds of Bismarck- 
burg, noticed 1894, 3l:i. 

Eeiil)euo\v, A., Cahanis, J., and Kelin, 
F., General Index to tbe 'Journal tur 
Ornitliologie," noticed 1871, 424. 

, and Fischer, G. A., list of birds 

obtained or observed in Zanzibar, 
noticed 1879, 3.")5 ; on a third col- 
lection of birds from East Africa, 
noticed 1S81, 283; on birds from 
Masai land, noticed 1884,33'.). 

, and Heine, F., ' Numenclator 

Musei Heineani Ornitiiologici,' 
noticed i8gi. 278. 

, and Se iialow, II., ' Biograpliy of 

Orniihologi.sts,' noticed 1879, 477; 
'Compendium.' noticed 1880, 477; 
1881, Ilia, 485; record of ornitlio- 
logical literature ior 187'.1, noticetl 
1881, 485; for 1S80, noticed i88z, 
604. 

Eeid, G., 'Catalogue of the Birds in 
the Provincial Museum, IS'.W.P., 
and Oudh, Lueknow,' noticed 1890, 
455. 

Eeid, Savile G., letter on the ornitho- 
logy of Natal. 1882, 181; account of 
a bird's-nest in a horse's tail, 1882, 
474 ; letter on the nesting of Balearica 
chrysopelargus and Grus paradisea, 
1883, 225; letter on an error in his 
paper on Saxicola monticola, 1884, 
4(i() ; winter notes from Morocco, 
1885, 241 ; on the birds of Bermuda, 
noticed 1885, 447 ; notes on the birds 
ofTenerifife, 18S7, 424; 1888, 73. 

, Butler, E. A., and Feilden, H. W., 

on variations in plumage of Saxicola 
monticola as observed in Natal, 1883, 
3.31 ; letter on Mr. Seebohm's paper 
on the birds of Natal, 1887, 472. 

' Reign of Law,' Duke of Argyll's, 
noticed 1865, 527. 

E<>iidiardt, J., on Crotophaga and on 
Picus tridactylus, i860, 301; list 
of birds hitherto observed in Green- 
land, 1861, 1; 1873, 475; ornitho- 
logical papers of, 1861, 30(5 ; remarks 
on the genus Balaniceps, 1862, 158, 
182; on Troglodytes borealis, 1863, 
469 ; on Syrrhaptes paradoxus in 
Denmark, 1865, 103; letter on 
Maudt's ' Obsprvationes ' and on Uria 
maudti, 1869, 239; on Ara macao in 
Mexico, 1 87 1, 362; on birds from 
Brazil, noticed 1871, 459; on the 
presence of the os uncinatum in 
cerluiii Musopliagida?, noticed 1872, 



4.')0 ; on Mitua salvini and the occur 
rence of Oidemia fusca in Greenland, 
noticed 1879, 3(12 ; on the ornamental 
wing-feathers of SomateriaspectabiHs 
and ileniconettastelleri, noticed 1880, 
139 ; on Loxia leucoptera and Lauius 
major, noticed 1881, 284; on tiie 
remains of an extinct gigantic bird 
supposed to be allied to Cariama, 
from the ossiferous caves of Brazil, 
18S2, 321 ; on birds from Greenland, 
noticed 1882, 466; obituarial notices 
of, 1883, 131, 384. 

Eeischek, A., on the Zoological Re- 
searches made on Chicken Islands, 
noticed 1S83, lO'J ; on New Zealand 
Ornithology, noticed 1886, 90. 

Reiser, O., on the birds in the Sarajevo 
Museum, noticed 1892, 338. 

Rendall, P., notes on the ornithology 
of the Gambia, 1892, 215; appoint- 
ment of, as Medical OtHcer to the 
Sheba Gold Mining Company, 1893, 
285 ; arrival of, iu the Transvaal, 
1893, 478. 

Report on the Migration of Birds, 
noticed 1879,212; 1880, 476; 1883, 
213; 1884, 102; 1885, 224, 441 ; 
1886, 213, 515; 1S87, 458; 1889, 
5(i0 ; of the Ccjmmittee for Stations 
of Observations of the Birds of 
Germany, noticed 1883, 109, 381; 

1 886, 273; 1889,120; of the German 
Committee on the Migration of Birds, 
noticed 1884, 344; of tlie Austro- 
Hungarian Committee on the Migra- 
tion of Birds, noticed 1884, 345 ; of 
tlie United States Department of 
Agriculture for 1888, noticed 1890, 
375. 

Reproduction : on the reproductive 
organs in Accentor alpiiuis, 1865, 
224 ; on the powers of, in certain 
birds, noticed 1873, 475. 

Reunion, notes on the Island of, 1863, 
103; 'Bulletin de la Societo de File 
de hi,' noticed 1865, 530 ; 1867, 129 ; 
on tlie genus Oxynotus of, 1866, 275. 

Rivoil, G., on the birds collected in 
Somali-land by, noticed 1884, 107; 

1887, 113. 

' Revue et iVIagasin de Zoologie,' no- 
ticed 1859, 105, '202, 322, 457 ; i860, 
93, 188, 298,4-20; 1861, 106; 1862, 
79, 380; 1863, 354; 1865, 2'23 ; 
1868, 102,222: 1869, 220. 

Rey, E., on the ornis of Halle, noticed 
1872, 451; 1873, 476; on Cuckoo's 
eggs, noticed 1872, 451; 1873, 476; 
on tiip young and eggs of some birds 
of Asia Minor, noticed 1872, 451; 
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on the sjnouyniy of European birds, 
noticed 1873, 475; on the ornis of 
Portugal, noticed 1873. 475; on the 
eg;gs of Uhila lapponiea, noticed 
1873, 475 ; on tlie power of reproduc- 
tion in certain birds, noticed 1873, 
475. 

Reyes, V.. on the birds of Sj^ain, Portu- 
gal, and the Palearic Islands, noticed 
1886, 521, 

Rhampliccoenus, on tlie genus, 1883, 
92. 

Rhea, on the American, 1864, 12.3; 
notes on the, 1872, 74 ; on the osteo- 
logy of the, noticed 1872, 421. 

Ehipidura, letter on, 1878, 198 ; review 
of tlie genus, noticed 1893, 265; 
additional note on the genus, noticed 

1893, 451. 

Rhoads, S. N., on the birds of Texas and 
Arizona, noticed 1893, 147 ; on Parus 
hudsonicus and its allies, noticed 

1894, 813. 

Rhone, on the birds of the mouth of the, 
1894, 54<). 

Rhynochetus, on the spelling of, 1875, 
389. 

Ricliards, G. E., on the raptorial birds 
collected in New Britain by, 1882, 
126. 

Richardson. Sir J., 'Polar Regions,' 
noticed 1861, 302; death of, 1865, 
364. 

Richardson, W. B., on the birds dis- 
covered in Central America bv, 1891, 
608. 

' Richesses Ornirholosiques du Midi 
do la France,' Jaubert and Barthe- 
lemy-Lapommerave's, 1859, 201 ; 
i85"i, 304; 1864. 396. 

Richmond, 0. W., on birds from 
Nicaragua and Costa Rica, and de- 
.scription of a new Trogon, noticed 
1894, 313. 

Richmond River, New South M^ales, 
narrative of an excursion to, 1861, 
167. 

Rickett, 0, B., on some birds collected 
in the vicinity of Foochow, with 
notes by H. H.' Slater, 1894. 215. 

Ridgway, R., on American iDirds, 1870, 
281 ; a new classification of the North 
American Falconid^, noticed 1871, 
460; on the relation between colour 
and geographical distribution of birds, 
noticed 1873, 476; on the relation- 
ship of the American White-fronted 
Owl, noticed 1873, 476; 'Studies of 
the Falconidae,' noticed 1S75, 498; 
on the genus Leucosticte, noticed 
1875, 501 ; 1878, 104; on the genus 



Micrastur, 1876, 1 ; on the genus 
Glaucidium, 1876, 11 ; notes on the 
genus Helminthophaga, 1876, 166; 
on the birds of the Island of Guada- 
lupe, noticed 1878, 104; on the 
American Herodiones, noticed 1878, 
475 ; report of the ornithology of 
the United States Geological Explo- 
ration of the 40th parallel, noticed 
1878, 477; review of the American 
species of Scops, noticed 1879, 209; 
on Atthis ellioti, noticed 1879, 209; 
'Revisions of the Nomenclature of 
certain North- American Birds,' no- 
ticed 1880, 478; 'List of Noith- 
American Birds,' noticed 188 i, 488; 
on Fuligula rufina, noticed 1881, 603 ; 
on Amazilia yiicatanensis, noticed 

1 88 1, 603 ; revised Catalogue of the 
Birds of Illinois, noticed 1882, 174; 
list of the desiderata of the U.S. 
National Museum, noticed 1882, 174, 
340; on the genus Centurus, noticed 

1882, 174; on anew North-American 
Hawk, noticed 1882, 340; on new 
birds from the Sandwich Islands, 
noticed 1882, 466; on a new Owl 
from Puerto Rico, noticed 1882, 466, 
1883,110; on two new Thrushes from 
the United States, noticed 1882, 466; 
notes on some Costa-Rican birds, no- 
ticed 1883, 110 ; on a new Flycatcher 
and a supposed new Petrol from the 
Sandwich Islands, noticed 1883, 110 ; 
on two new Thrushes from the 
United States, noticed 1883, 111 ; on 
two recent additions to the North- 
American bird-fauna, noticed 1883, 
111; descriptions of several new races 
of American birds, noticed 18S3, 111 ; 
on the genera Harporhynchus and 
Methriopterus, with a description of 
a new genus of Mimiuae, noticed 1883, 
111; on the Tree-creepers (Certhia) 
of Europe and North America, noticed 
1883, 112; on some new North- 
American birds, noticed 1883, 219; 

J 884, 4r)0 ; Catalogue of the Birds of 
Costa Rica, noticed 1883, 381 ; on a 
new Warbler from Santa Lucia, no- 
tcel 1883, 382; on a supposed new 
Pluver from Chili, noticed 1883, 382 ; 
on the genus Tantalus, noticed 1883, 
382 ; notes upon some rare species of 
Neotropical biids, 1S83, 399; on a 
new Petrel from Alaska, noticed 
1883, 571; letter on Puffinus kuhli 
and the American birds in the Inter- 
national Fisheries E.\hibition, 1883, 
578 ; on a new Carpodectes from 
South-western Costa Rica, 1884, 27 



101 



notes on three Guatemalan birds, 1884, 
43; on Motacilla ocularis and M. 
ainurensis, noticed 18S4, lO'J ; on new 
birds from Lower California, noticed 
1884, 1(9; on Authus cer\iiui.s in 
Lower Calif'oi-nia, noticed 1884, lO'J ; 
note on Merula conCnis, noticed 1S84, 
110; on birds from the Conunander 
Islands and Petropnulovskj', noticed 
1884, 108; 1881;, 112; on a new 
American Kingfisher, noticed 1884, 
4()0 ; on Psaltriparus grinda\ noticed 
1884, 460; on the generic name 
Calodromas, noticed 1884, 4(^0; 
review of the American Crossbills 
(Loxia), noticed 1884, 400; on 
Anas hyperboreus and A. albatus, 
noticed 18S4, 400; on the types of 
Muscicapa fulvifron^ and Mitrephorus 
pailescens, noticed 1884, 460; on tiie 
earliest name for Curpodacus haimor- 
rhous, noticed 1884, 460; on new 
Costa-Eican birds, noticed 1885, 113, 
448 ; on the birds of the voyage of 
the ' Albatros,' noticed 1885, 113; on 
a new Field -Sparrow from New 
Mexico, noticed 1885, 114; note on 
Selasphorus torridus, noticed 1885, 
231 ; on Melanctta fusca in Alaska, 
noticed 1885, 231 ; on a new Snow- 
Bunting from Alaska, noticed 1885, 
231 ; on a new species of Coot from 
the West Indies, noticed 1885, 231; 
on new species of birds from Cozumel 
Island, noticed 1885, 321 ; on a new 
Red-shouldered Hawk from Florida, 
noticed 1885,448; on two Sparrows 
from the coast of California, noticed 
1885, 448; on CEstrelata fi-;heri and 
CE. defilippiana, noticed 18S5, 448; 
on variations of Icterus cucullatus, 
noticed 1885, 448 ; on new species of 
Confopus from Tropical America, no- 
ticed 1885, 448; on Anser leueo- 
pareius, noticed 1885, 448; on a new 
Warbler from Yucatan, noticed 1885, 
448 ; on three new Honey-Creepers 
from the Lesser Antilles, witli a sy- 
nopsis of Certhiola, noticed 1885, 
448 ; on Cathartes burrovianus and 
C. urubitinga, noticed 1885, 448; on 
Onycliotes gruberi, noticed 1885, 
448 ; on the type of Buteo oxypterus, 
noticed 1885,448; on a new Heron 
from Central America, noticed 1885, 
448; on a new Hawk from Cozumel, 
noticed 1885,448; on Pcucasa luexi- 
cana, noticed 1885, 448; on the 
names of North-American birds, no- 
ticed 1886, 91 ; review of the Ame- 
rican Golden Warblers, noticed 1886, 



91 ; on Enipidochanes fuscatus and 
Empidonax bruuueus, i8S6,460; on 
the species of the genus Empidonax, 

1886, 401 ; ' Manual of Korth-Ame- 
riran Birds,' announced 1886, h',)2, no- 
ticed 1888, 137 ; on Venezuelan birds, 
noticed 1887, 113; on Qllslrelata 
sandwichensis, noticed 1887, 114; 
1889, 251 ; on Buteo latissimus, no- 
ticed. 1 8*7,1 14; on anew Ilamatopus 
(H. galapagensis), noticed 1S87, 355; 
on a new Cyclorliis from Yuc.itan, 
noticed 1887, outi ; on a new Myi- 
archns from the Orinoco, noticed 

1887, 356; on a supposed hybrid 
Woodpecker, noticed 1887, 856; on 
a new Picolaptes from the Lower 
Amazons, noticed iSSj, 356; 'No- 
menclature ot Colours,' noticed 1887, 
356 ; letter on the breecMng-phuuage 
of Podice)is occidentalis, 1887, 361; 
on a new Plumed Partridge, noticed 
1887,4156 ; on anew Cotinga (C. ridg- 
wayi), noticed 1888, 139; on a new 
Spiudalis (S. zena townseiidi), noticed 

1888, ],"39 ; on the female of Carpo- 
dectes antonia\ noticed 1888, 140 ; 
on a new Porzana (P. alfari), noticed 
1888, 140; on Ardea wuerdenianni, 
noticed 1888, 140; on Trogon am- 
biguus breeding in Arizona, noticed 

1888, 140 ; on anew Dendrocolaptine 
bird (Berlepschia rikcri), noticed 

1888, 140; on anew Pl.acellodomus 
(P. inornatus), noticed 1888, 141 ; on 
two new species of Megascops, noticed 

1888, 141; on Phrygilus gayi and 
allied species, noticed 1888, 367; 
review of the genus Dendronincla, 
noticed 1889, 126: on Catharus ber- 
lepschi, noticed 1889, 126; on new 
species of birds from Middle America, 
noticed 1889, 126; on the generic 
name Uropsila, noticed 1889, 127 ; 
on new birds from the Lower Ama- 
zons, noticed 1889, 127 ; review of 
the genus Psittacula, noticed 1889, 
127; on birds collected by C. It. 
Townsend on the Islands in the 
Caribbean Sea and in Honduras, 
noticed 1889, 128; on a new Psaltri- 
parus from Southern Arizona, noticed 

1889, 129; descriptions of Accipiter 
velox rufilatus and A cooperi mexi- 
cnnus, noticed 1889, 251 ; on a new 
Pigeon from Guaynquil, noticed 1889, 
390 ; on the male of Acant hid(jps bairdi. 
noticed 1889, 390; letter on the 
difference between Colymbus adamsi 
and 0. glacialis, 1890, 129; notes on 
Costa Rican birds, noticed 1890, 117 ; 



102 



1892,339; 1894, 314; review of the 

genus Xiphocolaptes, noticed 1890, 
256 ; review of the genus Scleiurus, 
noticed 1890, 257; on the birds of 
tlie Galapagos Islands, noticed :8jO, 
257 ; on birds from Santa Lucia, 
Abrolhos Islands, and the Straits of 
Jiagellan, noticed 1890, 377; nutcs 
on the genus Xiphocolaptes, noticed 
1891, 137; observations on the Faral- 
lon Rail, noticed 1891, 280; directions 
for collecting birds, noticed 1892, 
175 ; on a new species of Wliippoor- 
will from Costa Rica, noticed i^^s, 
339; on new birds from Honduras, 
noticed 1892, 3o9 ; note on Pachy- 
rhamphus albinucha, noticed 1892, 
340; on two new species of Thamno- 
philus, noticed 1892,340; on a new 
AminodranmsfromCalilbrnia, not iced 
1892,340; on the genus Sittasonius, 
noticed 1892, 457; 'The Humming- 
birds,' noticed 1893, 147 ; on two new 
forms of Basileuterus rufifrons from 
Mexico, noticed 1893, 148; on a new 
Odontophorus, noticed 1894, 132; 
on two new Swifts, noticed i X94, 132 ; 
on new birds fr.}m Aldabra and 
Assumption Island, noticed 1894, 
314; remarks on the genus Myiarchus, 
noticed 1894, 314; revision of the 
genus Formicarius, noticed 1 894, 442 ; 
on a new Storm-Petrel from Western 
Mexico, noticed 1894, 442 ; on a new 
Geothly]'is from Texas, noticed 1894, 
503 ; on birds collected by the ' Alba- 
tros' in Alaska, noticed 1894, 503. 

Ridgway, H., Baird, S. F.,and Brewer, T. 
M., ' VV'ater-Birds of "Nortli America,' 
noticed 1885, 97, 221. 

, and Forbes, S. A., ' The Orni- 
thology of Illinois,' noticed 1890, 
455. 

Ridgway Ornithological Club, ' Bulletin 
of the,' 18-8, 4(J(i; 'Proceedings of 
the,' 1884, '210, 361 ; i88s, 120, 237, 
330; 1 88-, 122 ; on the reorganization 
of the, 1884, 466. 

Ridley, H. N., on the birds collected by, 
in Fernando Noronha, noticed 1891, 
140. 

Riedel, T. G.F., on the habitat of Tany- 
siptera riedeli, noticed 1873, 476. 

Riesenthal, O. v., on German Birds of 
Prey, noticed 1877, 119. 

Ride-bird, on the nesting of the Victoria, 
1892, 350; 1893, 459. 

Riker, C. B., on birds observed at 
Santarem, Brazil, noticed 1892, 
175. 



Eiocour collection, on the, 1889, 

406. 
Rio Frio, on the birds of, 1894, 

313. 
Rio Grande do Sul, on the birds of, 

noticed 1886, 79. 
Rio Kegro of Patagonia, on the birds 
of, noticed 1873, 460, 481; 1884, 
206. 
Rio Parana, on birds from the, noticed 

1 87 1, 465. 
Riva, A., on the birds of Ticino, no- 
ticed 1868, 105 ; on Cyanecula 
suecica near Lugano, noticed 1873, 
476. 
Riviere, C, on the reproduction of the 
Ostrich in Algeria, noticed 1871, 
4(U. 
Rijbertson, Sir B., visit of, to Tonquin, 

noticed 1877, 130. 
Robinson, W., on some albino birds, 

noticed 1890, 118. 
Robsou, C. H., on the breeding-habits 
of the Eastern Golden Plover (Chara- 
drius fulvus), noticed 1885, 114. 
Roch, S., and Newton, E., notes on birds 
observed in Madagascar, 1862, 265; 
1863, 165. 
Rochebrune, A. T. de, ' Faune de la 
Seiiegambie,' Oiseaux, noticed 1885, 
322 ; Rochebrune v. Nitzsch, 1884, 
360. 
Rooke, J., letter on the breeding of 
the Osprey in Scotland, 1865, 
360. 
Rodd, E. H., on the occurrence of 
Aquila najvia in England, 1861, 118; 
on the occurrence of Muscicapa parva 
in England, 1864, 130; 'Guide to 
the Ornithology of Cornwall,' noticed 
1868, 100; 1870, 264; notes on the 
Ornithology of Cornwall, noticed 
1873, 477; death of, 1880, 253; 
' Birds of Cornwall,' noticed 1 88 1 ,166, 
Rodriguez Island, visit of Edward 
Newton to, 1865, 146 ; on the discov- 
ery of Didine bones in, 1865, 551 ; 
1867, 146; on a new Parrot from, 
1872,31,472; on the birds of, no- 
ticed 1879, 210. 
Roebuck, W. D., and Clarke, W. E.. 
'Handbook of the Vertebrate Fauna 
of Yorkshire,' noticed 1882, Kio. 
Roget, L., on an adult male Duck 
assuming the plumage of a female, 
1859, 322. 
Rollers, on different forms of African, 
1871, 203, 270; 1890.384; Catalogue 
of the, in the British Museum, 
noticed 1892, 570, 572; Dresser's 



103 



'Monograph of tlie,' announced 18S4, 
123, progress of, 1886, 103, noticed 
1894,304, 

Eolleston, G-., ' Forms of Animal Life,' 
noticed 1871, 4()1. 

Eomita, V. de, additions to the 
Pugliun Avifauna, noticed 1891, G20. 

Rona (2sorth), notes on, noticed 1887, 
249. 

Books, on pellets thrown np by, noticed 
1872, 461. 

Roraima, on the mysteries of, 1877, 
39y. 

Rosenberg, C. B. H. v., on the Horn- 
bills of Sumatra, i860, 191 ; on a new 
Cassowary, 1861, 212; on the birds 
of the Indian A^^chipelago, 1863, 
104; on birds of New (juinea, 1865, 
340; ' Der Malay ische Archipel,' 
noticed 1879, 361. 

Ross, A. M., 'The Birds of Canada,' 
noticed 1872, 4.")1 ; ' CLas^ified Cata- 
logue of the Birds of Canada,' no- 
ticed 1873, "177. 

Rosset, C. W., note on his proposed 
expedition to Ceylon, 1884, 359. 

Ross Island, on the birds of, 1866, 
220. 

Ross-shire, Dixon's ' Gairloeh in North- 
west,' noticed 1887, 460; on the 
Sclavonian Grebe breeding iu, noticed 
1893, 133. 

Rothschild, W., on his jiurchase of Sir 
W. Boiler's collection, 1S89, 403 ; de- 
.scriplions of three new bin's from the 
Sandwich Islands, 1893, 112; descrip- 
tion of a new species of Ptilopus, 
1893, 121 ; exljibilion of Palraeria 
niirabilis, 1893, 249; description of 
Anas laysanensis, 1893, 250 ; descrip- 
tion of a new species of Hemigaathus 
from Lanai, 1893, 256; letter on 
Loxops ochracea and its synonyms, 
1893, 2S1 ; exhibition and description 
of the type specimen of Pseudonestor 
xanthophrys, 1893, 438; exhibition 
aiid description of Ralhis nniellcri, 
1893, 442; exhibition and descrip- 
tions of three new birds from tlie 
Sandwich Islands, 1893, 442; exhi- 
bition of a melanistic \ariety of Alca 
torda and of examples of some Asiatic 
species of birds, 1893, 444 ; descrip- 
tion of Diomedea imnnitabilis from 
Laysan, 1893, 448; exhibition of a 
pair of Paradisea gulielmi-secundi, 
1893, 450 ; exhibition of specimens of 
three species of Chasienipis from the 
Sandwich I.slands, 1893, 570; de- 
scriptions of six new species of birds, 
1893, 570; exhibition of examples of 



new species of birds and of living 
specimens of the various species of 
Apteryx, 1893, 573 ; notes on the 
genus Apteryx, 1893,573; note on 
llimatione dolei, 1894, 1-1 ; 'Avi- 
fauna of Laysan,' noticed 1894, 132, 
315 ; exhibition of, and remarks upon, 
a series of Snipes from the New Zea- 
land Islands, 1894, 294 ; note on 
Palineria dolei, 1894, 301; ' Novi- 
tates Zoologicic,' no. 1, noticed 1894, 
308 ; exhibition of some eggs of Ptilo- 
rhis victori;\;, 1894. 4:'9; exlhbiliim 
of some skins and living specimens 
of Apteryx, 1894,429; exhibition of 
specimens of Ch;ctoptila angusti- 
plunia, Loxops wolstenhohnei, and 
Drepanoruis bruijnii, 1894, 433 ; 
exhibition of co-types of several spe- 
cies of birds from the Taliut Islands, 
Xabruang, and Salibabu, 1894,547; 
exhibition of some rare Japanese 
birds, 1894, 547 ; exhibition of 
Aithurus polytmus and description 
of A. taylui-i from Jamaica, 1 894, 547 ; 
exhibition of a specimen of Diome- 
dea immutabilis from Miyakeshima, 
1S94, 548. 

Rotterdam Zoological Gardens, on the 
breeding of Pelecanus onocrotalus in, 
noticed 1873, 434. 

Rolti, on birds from the Island of, 
noticed 1893, I'ld, 

Round Island, on the Fauna and Flora 
of, noticed 1871, 420. 

Rousay, on the birds of, noticed 1885, 
442. 

Rousdon, Peek's ' British Birds at,' 
noticed 1S89, 390. 

Rowe, J. B.,ou Devonshire birds, 1865, 
221. 

Rowell, G. A., on the parasiticism of 
the Cuckoo, 1865, 223. 

Rowley, G. D., letter on the Dartford 
Warbler, 1859, 329; letters on occur- 
rencps of birds on the Soutli Coast of 
England, i860, 101, 200; 1861, 113; 

1862, 88 ; letter on the nesting of the 
Cuckoo, noticed 1862, 384; notice 
of the occurrence of the Tawny Pipit 
(Anthus rufescens) in Great Britain, 

1863, 37; letter on occurrences of 
specimens of several species of birds 
near Brighton, 1864, 222; on his 
purchase of an Cfjg of .Epyornis, 1 864, 
395; letter on Emb.-riza ]jusilla and 
Anthus rufescens near Brighton, 1865, 
113; on certain facts in the economy 
of the Cuckoo, 1865. 178; letter on 
eggs of the Cuckoo, 1865, 360 ; letter 
on the occurrence of Serinus hortu- 



104 



lanus near Brighton, 1866, 215; on 
Alauda sibirica, noticed 1871, 461; 
on a specimen of Zonotricliia albicollis 
taken at Brighton, noticed 1873, 477 ; 
' Oniithologiral Miscelhinj,' noticed 
1875, 261,509; 1877, 12-2, 2'i;i, 378, 
481 ; 1878, 193, 471 ; death of, 1879, 
124. 

Rufz de Lavison, — , on Pheasants, 
1865, 529. 

Eiigen Island, 011 the Tlaptoi-ial birds 
of, noticed 1873, 460; on the Ravens 
of, noticed 1873, 4(il). 

Eiiippell, E., notice of death of, 1885, 
238 ; obituarial notice of, 1885, 
336. 

Ruriina Rocks, notes on, noticed 1873, 
467. 

Russ, K., notes on various species of 
birds, noticed 1871, 461 ; ' Die gefied- 
prte Welt,' noticed 1873, 477; 'Die 
fremdlandischen StiibenTOgel,' noticed 
1879, ^^ > on Paljeornis bodini, no- 
ticed 1879, lOU ; on a new West- 
African Finch, 1882, 476 ; on Talking 
Parrots, noticed 1883,882. 

Russia, on the birds of Southern, noticed 
1871, 436; 1872, 428; on the dis- 
tribution of birds in North, noticed 
1878, 106 ; catalogue of works on the 
Mafinnals and Birds of, noticed 1878, 
190 ; report on the birds of the Pro- 
vinces of Eastern, noticed 1889, '^^'^ > 
' Ornithographia Rossica,' noticed 
1889.063; 1890,255; 1891,461 ; birds 
of East, noticed 1891, 135 ; on the 
lighthoii.-;es of, noticed 1893, 268; 
on White's Thrush in European, 1893, 
371 ; on the Ornithological Geography 
of, noticed 1883, 104; on the geo- 
graphical distribution of birds in 
European, 1884,278; 1885, 255; on 
a species of Grouse from N.E., 1884, 
430 ; Bogdanow's ' Conspectus of the 
Birds of,' noticed 1887, 223; on 
migration-routes of the birds of, no- 
ticed 1887, 2.50. 

Russow, V. von, notice of death of, 18-9, 
384. 

Ryder, J. A., on the form of the fowl's 
egg, noticed 1894, 134. 

Rje, E. C, obituarial notice of, 1885, 
239. 



Sabanaeff, L., on the birds of the Ural 
Mountains, noticed 1871, 461. 

Sacc, F., 'Sur les Poules de Nankin,' 
noticed 1 86;, 106. 



Sachs, C, ' Llanos of Venezuela,' 

noticed 1879, 218. 
Sahara, on new species of birds from 

the, 1859, 57 ; Tristram's ' Great Sa- 
hara, 'noticed 1 86 1 , 196 ; on birds from 

the, noticed 1894, 561. 
Saigon, on new birds from, noticed 

1878,376 ; on a collection of Raptorial 

birds from, 1882, 235. 
St. Ambrose Island, on birds from, 

1881, 177. 
St. Bartiiolomew Island, on tlie birds 

of, 1871,475. 
St. Croix, West Indies, on the birds 

of, 1859,59, 138, 252,36.5. 
St. Cruz, Solomon Islands, on birds 

from, 1894, 28. 
St. Diego, on the birds of, noticed 

1888, 270. 

St. Domingo, on the bii'ds of, 1868, 
2.".0; 1884,167,337; 1885, 99, 225, 
314. 

St. Elena, Argentina, notes on the 
birds of the Estancia, 1893, 483. 

St. Gallen, on the birds of, noticed 
1873, 486. 

St. Helena, letter on the Wire-bird 
of, 1867, 248; on the birds of, 1870, 
97 ; on the introduced birds of, 1870, 
367. 

St. John, C, 'Natural History and 
Sport in Moray,' noticed 1864, 116. 

St. John, H. C, ' Wild Coasts of Nipon,' 
noticed 1881, 603. 

St. John, O. B C, news of, from Afgh- 
anistan, 1880, 145; on the birds of 
Southern Afghanistan and Kelat, 

1889, 145; notice of death of, 1891, 
480 ; obituarial notice of, 1891, 
6.35. 

St. Kilda, on the ornithology of, 1885, 
69, 358; 1887, 470; on the Wren 
of, 1886, 43. 

St. Lucas (Cape), on new birds from, 
i860, 192. 

St. Lucia, West Indies, on a new Warb- 
ler from, noticed, 1883,882; on the 
birds of, noticed 1872, 455; 1873, 
481; 1890, 377. 

St. Petersburg, on the birds of, noticed 
1871, 434; 1873, 448; 1888, 269; 
on a journey to Archangel from, 
noticed 1872, 428 ; history of the 
Zoological Museum of, noticed 1889, 
569. 

St. Thomas, West Indies, on the birds 
of, 1861, 208; 1887,3.52,458; 1888, 
361, 482.490; 1889, 114; 1890,248; 
1892, 328; on the Ortyx of. 1861, 
114; on a new bird of the family 
FringillidsG from, noticed 1888, 482. 



105 



St. Vineeut, West Indies, on the birds 
of, 1879,209; 1880, 38. 

Salak (Moiiut), on the birds of, noticed 
1886, o7(i. 

Salanga L'sl-^nd, on the birds of, nuticed 
1883, -JIT. 

Sale.ver, on birds from, noticed 1894, 4Mr). 

Sahbabu, exliibition of eo-tvpes of birds 
from, 1894. 547. 

Salicaria-, on, Dr. Severtzoff.s, 1877, 151. 

Salle, A., the sale-catalogue of, noticed 
1 861, a04. 

Salmon, J. D., spoliation of the collec- 
tion of eggs ot, 1863, 371). 

Salmon, T. K., expedition of, to the 
United States of Colombia, 1872, 92; 
death of, 1879, 384. 

Salta, on the birds collected by H. 
Durnford at, 1880, 351 ; on Durn- 
ford's last expedition to, 1880, 411. 

Salradori, T., letters on Itnlian birds, 
1863,23(1; 1864, 128; on tlio occur- 
rence of Svrrhaptes paradoxus in 
Pietlniont, '1864, 228; 'Birds of 
Sardinia,' 1865, 225; on new birds 
in the Turin Museum, 1865, 338; on 
the White-backed Vultures of India 
and Africa, 1865, 339 ; announcement 
of a projected work on Italian birds, 
1865, 3(U ; letter on species of /Etho- 
pyga, 1865, 548 ; on two new genera, 
and on new species of birds, i856, 
415; on De Filippi's works, 1868, 
342; on birds from Eorneo, 1868, 482; 
on birds from Ousta Eica, 1869, 222 ; 
on new Caprimulgidaj, 1869, 223; 
on the genus Ceyx, 1870, 133; letter 
on some Italian birds, 1870, 153; 
letter on Pitta kreffti, 1870, 290; 
on Italian birds, 1870,518; on new 
birds, 1870,518; review of Antinori's 
Catalogue of North-east African Birds, 
18-0, 518; 1871, 462; letter on the 
habitat of Hypocolius ainpelinus, 
1870, 539; letter on yEthopyga lo- 
doisae and Pitta bertos, 1871, 248 ; on 
new species of the genus Saxicola, 
Brachypus, and Homochlamys, no- 
ticed 1 87 1, 462; description of Pitta 
kreffti, noticed 1871, 462; 'Fauna 
d'ltalia,' noticed 1872, 187, 451 ; on 
Fringilla citrinella, noticed 1 872, 452 ; 
on new species ot the genera Criiiiger, 
Picus, and Ilomoptila, noticed 1872, 
452 ; on Ceriornis caboti, noticed 
1872,452; on Homochlamys luscinia, 
1873, 179, 477 ; note on Garrulus 
lidthii, noticed 1873, 479; ' Uccelli 
di Borneo,' noticed 1875, 263; on 
some New Guinea birds, 18-6, 267, 
277; letter on Bornean birds, 1876, 



277 ; letter on the birds of Celobei«, 

1876, 385; letter on Tatare viridis, 
18-6, r>OQ ; on two birds (Vom the 
Fiji Islands, 1877, H- ; recent orni- 
thnlogical piipers of, noticed 1877, 
247 ; ' Prodromus Ornithologi.e 
PapuasiiB et Moluccaruni,' noticed 

1877, 249, 476; 1878, 149, 191 ; 
1879, 214,481 ; 1881, l('>6, 482, 4;tl ; 
1882, 467, 60(> ; jiapers on Myristi- 
civora and Talegalhis, noticed 1877, 
379; letter on Sturnus unicolor, 1877, 
399 ; a few remarks on the genus 
Eclectus. 1877,474; on Papuan and 
Moluecan Nectarinians, noticed 1877, 
477 ; catalogue of the collections 
made by D'Albertis in New Guinea 
in 1872, noticed 1877, 477; letter on 
Euphonia chalcopasta and Euphonia 
mesochrysa, 1878, 2U0 ; on Lanius 
antinorii, noticed i8"8, 479; two 
pajiers on new species of Papuan 
birds, noticed 1878, 479, 481; on 
some species of Casuarius, noticed 

1878, 481 ; on Chalcopsittacus bruij- 
ni, noticed 1878, 482; account of a 
collection of birds from Tarawai, 
noticed 1878, 482; on Trerolajma 
leclancheri, noticed 1878, 483; on 
Henuotimia corinua, noticed 1878, 
483 ; on Calornis purpureiceps and 
Carpophaga rufigula, noticed 1878, 
483 ; on new species of Rectes, no- 
ticed 18-9, lUO ; remarks on several 
notices of his papers published in 
'The Ibis 'for 1878, 1879, 104; on 
the subgenus Globicera, noticed 1879, 
213 ; on new and rare birds from the 
Sanghir Islands, noticed 1879, 214 ; 
on Melaniparus semilarvatus, 1879, 
300 ; letter in reply to a notice in 
' The Ibis' on his paper on the sub- 
genus Globicera, 1879, 364 ; on a new 
Hawk (Uruspizias pallidiceps) from 
Bouru, 1879, 473; catalogue of a 
collection of birds from Sumatra, 
noticed 1879, 480; ' Ornitologia 
della Papuasia e delle Molucrhe,' 
progress of, 1879, 490, noticed 
1880, 255, 382, 479; 1S82, 175; 
1883, 219 ; 1890, 258, 378 ; 
1892, 176; remarks on two papers 
on the ornithology of the Solomon 
Islands, 1880, 126; memoir on the 
birds of the Kei Islands, noticed 
1880, 140; letter on Prionochilus 
pipra. 1880, 144; on the genus Por- 
pliyrio, noticed 1880, 478; short 
general account of his ' Ornithology 
of Papua and the Moluccas,' on Por- 
zana uioluccana, and on certain species 



106 



of Oollocalia, noticed 1880, 470; 
note on Otidipliips regalia, 1881, 
178 ; letter on Staclijris bocngei and 
ponie Papuan birds. 1881, 28* > ; on 
Cypselus bonis, 1881, 540; loiter on 
Cooperastur and Uiosjiizias, i88i, 
(iUf) ; dcBcriptions ol' Honie new atid 
litlle-i<nown species of birds IVoin 
New Hritiiin, Now Guinea, and ]Juiio 
of York island, noticed 1882, 176; 
on a CoUoculia, and on a species of 
Cj'clopsittacus, noticed 1882, (iOii ; 
inoiiograpli of tlie genus Casuariiis, 
noticed 1883, 112; on new genera 
and species of birds, 1883, o'Ja; letter 
on Strntbio nioiybdopbuHes, 18K4, 
11(1 ; letter on tlie correct synonymy 
of Morula dactyjopba, 1884, 2J4 ; 
remarks on tlio 8th and iJtli volumes 
of the ' Catalogue of Birds in the 
Uritisii Museum,' 1884, 822; letter 
oil Kamsay's contributions to the 
Zoology of New Guinea, 1884,;)"),'}; 
on a new Italian Falcon, noticed 
1884, 4(U ; list of the works of, no- 
ticed i884,4(')l; on the birds of Slioa, 
ncjticed 1885, 282 ; on some Papuan, 
Moluccan, and Shoan birds, 181S6, 
151 ; letter on the specific name 
flannnea as applied to Strix, 1886, 
377 ; letter on tlie proper generic 
name for the Nightingales, 1887, Hi); 
list of Italian birds, noticed 1887, 
357 ; on birds from Sumatra and 
Nias Island, noticed 1887, 4()7 ; on 
birds from U])per IJunnah, noticed 
1 888, 278 ; on birds from Tenasserim, 
noticed 1888, 278 ; on the occur roice 
of j^Lgialitis asiatica in Italy, noticed 
1888, 3(J8 ; on a new IJemixus (11. 
sumatranus), noticed 1888, 308; on 
the dates of publication of I'.onaparte's 
' Iconogralia della Fauna Italica,' 

1888, 32(1; 18H9, 129; catalogue of 
a collection of birds from Slioa, made 
by Dr. V. Ragaz/.i, noticed 1888, 487 ; 
on 8colopax rosenbergi and S. satii- 
rata, 1889, 107 ; on the occurrence of 
8yrrliaptes paradoxus in Italy, noticed 

1889, J30, ;i*.)l ; 1890, 25'j"; on Ra- 
gazzi's birds from Nhoa and Il.arar, 
noticed iSSg.KiO; on three new birds 
from the Kareiiee Mount ains,Burniah, 
noticed 1890, 118; on birds collected 
by Fea in IJurmah, noticed 1890, 118 ; 
letter containing remarks on Water- 
bouse'.s ' Index Genorum Avium,' 

1890, 121 ; extract from a letter from, 
on 1'iirnix hoccarii, 1890, L'iO ; on 
the identity of Chrysotiscoeligona witii 
reittncus dufresnianus, 1890, 307; 



on a rare species of Lorikeet in tho 
Rothschild collection, 1891,48; on 
Loria's birds from Eastern Papua, 
noticed 1891, 137; 1892, 176; on 
Uypselus adlnis in Liguria, noticed 
1891, l.'JS ; letter on bristles at the 
base of tho bill of the young of the 
genus Megahcma, 1891, 14'J; on a 
Wagtail new to Italy, noticed 1891, 
020; on birds of Mew Guinea and 
d'Fiitreeasteaux Island, noticed 1892, 
170; 'Catalogue of the Psittaci, or 
Parrots, in tlie Urilisii Museum,' no- 
ticed 1891,458; on Modigliani's birds 
from Sumatra, noticed 1892, 459; on 
Modi^iiiani's birds from Engano, 
noticed 1892, 400; on the idiJiitity of 
Clirysotis hccki wit^ii C. lilacina, no- 
ticed 1892, 4(J8 ; on the characters of 
two new spo.ies of tiio genus Phlo^- 
cenas, 1893, 120; notes on Coiiurus 
rubritort[ue8, 1893, 122; note on Mr. 
Forber's remarks on Cabalus niodes- 
tus, 1893, 255 ; letter on the distinct- 
ness of Oittocincla tric(dor and 0. 
melanura, 1893, 279 ; on a new species 
of Ptilopus, noticed 1893,400; letter 
on certain species of Cyanorliamjihus, 
1893, 4()0 ; ' C!at,aloguo of the liirda 
in tlic British Museum,' vol. xxi. 
Colunibie, noticed 1893, 587; note 
on Merula aipestris, noticed 1893, 
589; on new birds from New Guinea, 
noticed 1894, 503; on birds from 
Soiiiali-iand, noli(;ed 1894, 5()4. 

Salvadori, T., anil .Antinori, A., descrip- 
tion of Saxicola leucolu'iiia, noticed 
1873, ■^''^ ; '^^ Cypselus In-rus, noticed 
1873,478. 

, and D'Albertis, L. M., on the 

birds of the l<'iy River collected by 
DAlberiis ui 1870 and 1877, noticed 
1879, 482. 

, and Giglioli, II. H., on the birds 

of the Voyage of the ' Magenta,' no- 
ticed 1871, 435; on two new birds 
from Cochin Cin'na, noticed 1885, 
450 ; on a new Woodpecker, noticed 
1886, 92; on the birds of the voyage 
of the'Vettor Pisani,' noticed 1889, 
130. 

Sal \ in, F. II., letter on Cormorants 
using their wings when diving, 1891, 
150. 

, and Freeman, G. E., ' Falconry,' 

noticed i860, 88. 

Salvin, O., birds'-nesting in the Eastern 
Atl.a.s 1859, 174, 302, 352 ; return of, 
to Ciuateniala, 1859, 333; letters from, 
on the birds of Guatemala, 1S59, 4(',0; 
1860,99, 193; 1863,239; history of 



10 



tlie J)erbyaii Moiintniii-l'licnsniit 
(Oreop)insis derbinmis), i860, 248; 
DOlcs on tlie Ilimniiing-birds of Giia- 
toiiiahi, i860, 2r>i> ; on the nesting of 
certain Guatemalan birds, 1S61, f)8; 
on Qnesal-shooting in Vera I'az, 1861, 
l."5S; list of species to be added to the 
ornilholdgv of Central America, 1861, 
3.')1 ; on the sea-birds of British 
Honduras, 1864,072; on the Costa- 
Kican Bell-b'rd and its allies, 1865, 
',10 ; on the Sea-birds and Waders of 
the Pacilic t'oast of Guatemala, 
1865, 187 ; note on Corethrura guate- 
tnalensis, 1865, 2o8 ; on the Ornitiio- 
logv of Guatemala, 1866, 188; 1873, 
428'; 1874, «.iy, 188; on the genus 
Cinclus, 1867, 109; letter on Cinclus 
leueogaster, 1867, ^82; letter on 
lleliomaster spectabilis, 1868, 2r)l ; 
(11 Mr. Lawrence's List of t'osta-Kiea 
birds, 1869, 310; 1870, 107; 1871, 
4(i3 ; on Central-American l'sittacida>, 

1871, 8(1; on recent ornithological 
])ublicati()ns, 1871, 102; on birdslrom 
AVragua, noticed i87i,4()3; on the 
gems Geot lily pis, 1872, 1 17 ; note on 
Bor.asa jobsi, 1872, 191 ; further 
revision of the genus Lcnc0]Herni8, 

1872, 239 ; on the birds of Nicaragua, 
1872, 311; on Bonaparte's ' Conspec- 
tus Ptilopteroruni Systeniaticus,' 1^73, 
103; on Cyanocephalns wiedi, 1873, 
lt.3 ; on Brandt's ' Monograph of 
the Alcida',' 1873, 104 ; note (jn Fulica 
alba, 1873, -"^'^ ; letter on the birds 
of Barbadoes, 1873,333 ; on the appli- 
cation of the rules of nomenclature, 
1874, 302 ; visit of, to the princiiial 
museums of the United States, 1874, 
305 ; on birds of Juan Feinandez 
and Masafuera, 1875, 370; on Central- 
American Odontophorina^ 1876, 379 ; 
on new birds from Western Ecuador, 
1876, 493; synopsis of the genus 
Setopbaga, 1878, 302 ; ou the type of 
Malaconotus leucctis, 1878, 443; 
descriptions of Pyrgisoma occipitale, 
Odonti.phorus spodiostethus, and 
Osculatia purpurata, 1878,44.'); list 
of birds collected by II. Durnford at 
Tucuman and Salta, 1S80, 351 ; de- 
Bcriptions of two new species of Wrens 
from Ecuador, 1881, 129 ; ' Catalogue 
of the Strickland Collection,' noticed 
1882, 007 ; ' Monograph of the 
Petrels,' progress of, 18S4, 123; on 
a collection of birds from the Island 
of Cozumel, 1885, 185 ; a list of birds 
obtained by Mr. Henry Whitely in 
British Guiana, 1885, 195, 291, 418 ; 



1886, .57, 1(18, 499; letter on the 
publication and distribution of sepa- 
rate copies of jiajiers, 1885, 3-8 ; de- 
scription of a new species of the 
genus Setopbaga, 1887, 129; a list 
of the birds of the Islands of the 
coast of Yucatan and of the Bay of 
Honduras, 1S8S, 241; 1889, .359; 
1890, 84 ; critical notes on the I'ro- 
cellarii(l;c, 1888, ,351 ; on a supposed 
new species of Petrel of the genus 
Q'Jstrelata, from the Kennadec 
Islands, 1891, 192; nolo on the Col- 
lared Petrel ((Kstrclata torquata) 
recently reported to lia\e been killed 
on the Welsh coast, 1891, 411 ; de- 
scriptions of two new sjiecies of birds 
from Nicaragua, 1893,263; descrip- 
tion of Q*^strelata axillaris from tho 
Chatliam Islands, 1893, 204; de- 
sc'ri])lii)ns of two new species of 
Humniiiig-birds from Ecuador, 1893, 
449; description of a new species of 
Humming-bird, 1894, 120. 
Salvin,0., and Elliot, T).G., notes on Tro- 
chilidae: the genus Phaethornis, 1873, 
1 ; the genera Pygmornis, Glaucis, 
and Threnetes, 1873, 2()9 ; on two 
species of Lophornis, 1873, 279; tho 
genus Thalurania, 1873, 353. 

, and Godnian, F. J) , news of, in 

Guatemala, 1862, 9(), 195; on birds 
from Colombia, 1879. 19(1, 1880, 
114, 1()9; ' Biologia Centrali-Ame- 
ricana,' noticed 1880, 133; 18S1, ItiO; 
1882, 4(10; 1883, 378; 1884, 207; 
1885, 227; 1887, 107; 1888, 271 ; 
1891, 27(), 449; 1892, 11)8. 451, 5(15 ; 
1893, 134, 267; on Oiidiphaj s 
regalis from Southern New Guinea, 
1880, 364; on some new and little- 
knowu species of Trochilida?, 1881, 
595 ; notes on bird.s from British 
Guiana, 1882, 76 ; 1883, 203; 1884, 
443; discovery and description of a 
new Bird of Paradise, 1883, 131, 199; 
letter on Phonipara pluvoptila and 
P. fumosa, 1885, 118; on the gift of 
the collection of, to the British 
I\luseum 1885, 236; notes on 
Mexican birds, 1889,232; on a new 
Finch of the genus Pheucticus, from 
Guatemala, 1891, 272; descriptions 
of five new species of birds discoxered 
in Central America by W. B. Kichard- 
son, 1 89 1 , 608 ; on a collection of birds 
from Central Nicaragua, 1892, 324. 

, and Ilartert, iO., 'Catalogue of 

the Birds in the British Museum, 
vol. XVI. (Picaria? : Upupic, Trodiili, 
and Coraciic). noticed 1892, 570. 



108 



Salvin, O., and Owen, E., on the nesting 

of some Guatemalan birds, 1861; 58. 
, and Sclater. P. L., on the ornith- 
ology of Central America, 1859, I, 
117,213; contributions to the oriii- 
tholoiiv of Guatemala, i860, "28, 272, 
396 ; 'i'866, 188 ; ' Exotic Ornithology,' 
1866, 420; 1867, 123, 372; 1868, 
335; 1869, 109; 1870, 262; lists of 
the birds collected in the Straits of 
Magellan bv Dr. Cunningham, 1868, 
183; i869,''283; 1870, 499; 1871, 
466 ; on the ornithological literature 
of 1870, 1871, 417; of 1871, 1872^ 
413 ; on birds collected by Dr. Habel 
in the Galapagos Islands, noticed 
1871,467; synopsis of the CracidiB, 
noticed 1871, 467; on the avifauna 
of Mexico, noticed 1871, 468; on 
birds collected by A. Goering in 
Venezuela, noticed 1871, 468; on 
birds collected by G. M. Whitely on 
the Coast of Honduras, noticed 1871, 
468; descri|itions of five new birds 
from U. S.of Colombia, noticed 1871, 
468 ; revised list of Neotropical 
Laridae. noticed 1872, 456; descrip- 
tions of four new species of Buar- 
remon, 1879, 425; descriptions of 
some new species of South American 
birds of the families Tyrannida; and 
Formicariidte, 1881, 267. 
Salzburg, on the birds of, noticed 1878, 

478. 
Samao, on birds from, noticed 1892, 

331. 
Samoa, on the birds of, 1873, 447 ; 

1875, 436; 1876, 504. 
' Samoa,' ' Voyage of the,' noticed 1 889, 

385. 
Samuels , E. A., ' The Birds of New 

England,' noticed 1868, 346. 
Sandager, F., on the birds of the 
Mokohinou Islands, noticed 1891, 
138. 
Sandeman, E. F., on the habits of the 

Honey-bird (Indicator), 1880, 286. 
Sanderling, on the distribution of the, 

1892, 469. 
San Diego, i>ee St. Diego. 
Sand-Grouse (Pallas's), in England, 
1859, 471; i860, 105; 1863, 376; 
1864, 185; 1872, 334; 1888, 376, 
377, 379; 1891, 132; in Norfolk, 
1859, 471 ; in Wales, i860, 105; in 
Holland, i860, 300; 1888, 377; 
proposed article on, 1863, 480; 1864, 
136; the irruption of, 1864, 185; 
1888, 379; 1891,132; in Piedmont, 
J864, 228; in Denmark, 1865, 103; 
1890, 123; in Europe, 1865, 224, 
840; in Switzerland, 1865, 531; in 



Northumberland, 1872, 334; in Ayr- 
shire, 1872, 335; in Norway, 1888, 
375; in Ilungai-y, 18S8, 375; 1890, 
461 ; in Jersey, 1888, 376 ; at Lough- 
borough, 1888, 376 ; in Ireland, 1888, 
376; 1S89, 137; in Somersetshire, 
1SS8, 377; in the Outer Hebrides, 
1888, 492; Tegptmeier's 'The new 
Game-bird, Pallas's Sand Grouse,' 
noticed 1888. 490; in Italy, 1889, 
121, 130, 391; 1890, 259; in Bul- 
garia, 1889, 248; in the North of 
France, i8go, 250; the young of, 
figured 1890, pi. vii. ; the litorature 
of, noticed 1890, 116; 1892, 171; in 
captivity, 1890, 4(55. 

Sand-Martin, on a new species of, 
noticed 1882, 468. 

San Domingo, see St. Domingo. 

Saudpijjer, on the occurrence in Norfolk 
of the Sharp-tailed, 1893, ISl. 

Sandwich Islands, on the ornithology 
of the, 1859, 202, 322; 1871, 356; 
1879, 89; 1890, 170; on the differ- 
ences in the sexes of the Meliphagidse 
from the, noticed 1873, 473; on new 
birds from the, 1882, 466; 1803, 
1 12, 442 ; on a new Flycatcher and a 
supposed new Petrel from the, 
noticed 1883, 110; Wilson and 
Evans's ' Aves Hawaiienses,' noticed 

1 89 1, 291; 1892, 178, 575; 1893, 
463; 1894, 446; on Perkins's expe- 
dition to the, 1892, 351 ; exhibition 
of Palmeria niirabilis from Mauai, 
189^, 249 ; on a new species 
of Hemignathus from Lanai, 1893, 
256 ; exhibition of Pseudonestor 
xanthophrys from the, 1893, 438; 
exhibition of some birds from the. 
1893, 438; exhibition of specimens 
of Chasiempis from the, 1893, 670; 
news of Mr. Perkins in the, 1894, 328. 

Sanford, W. A., letter on Syrrhaptes 
paradoxus in Somerset, 1888, 377. 

Sanghir Islands, on new and rare birds 
from the, noticed 1879, 214 ; on 
Platen's birds from the, noticed 1889, 
118; 1891, 274. 

Santa Cruz, see St. Cruz. 

Santa Elena, see St. Elena. 

Santa Lucia, see St. Lucia. 

Santander, notes on the birds of, 1883, 
173. 

Santarem, on birds observed at, noticed 

1892, 175. 

Sapporo, on autumn collecting at, 

1883, 562. 
Sarajevo, on the birds in the Museum 

of, noticed 1892, 338. 
Saratz, J., on the birds of the Engadine, 

1870, 517; 1871, 463. 



109 



Sarawak, on a small collection of birds 
from Mount Penriseu, 1890, Ijliti ; 
notes on a collection of birds from, 
iSg'j, 117 ; on the avifauna of Mount 
Didit and the Baram district, 1893, 
381; map of Xorthei-n, 1893, 382; 
on birds from Kalulong. 1893, 540, 
fi()S; ou birds of Mis. Penrisen and 
Pueh, 1893, fiSO; 011 birds of N, 
Borneo and, 1893, 559; on a new 
species of Spilornis from, 1893, 552, 
5t>9 ; on birds from Mount Mulu, 
1894, 542, 
Sardinia, on the birds of, 1865, 225 ; 
1868, 10(3; 1873, 143; 1884, 457; on 
a visit to, 1872, 208. 
Satounine, R., on the birds of Moscow, 

noticed 1893, 400. 
Saunders., H., letter on Oceanic birds, 
1S66, 124; Ornithological Uanibles 
in Spain, 1869. 170; notes on the 
Ornithology of Italy and Spain, 1869, 
391 ; letter on some Italian birds, 
1870, 298; on the birds of Southern 
Spain. i87t, 54, 205, 384; 1872, 452; 
1878, 1>9; on Larus melanocephalus 
ill England, 1872, 79; on the extinc- 
tion of the Francolin in Sicily, 1872, 
80; on a series of skins of Eiigles, 
noticed 1872,452; on the distinctive 
characters of certain species of 
Circus, 1873, 232; on a new Green 
Woodpecker from Southern Europe, 
noticed 1873, 479; on Falco barba- 
rus and Cypselus pallidas in Europe, 
noticed 1873, 479; on the iutro- 
ducticin of Anser albatus into the 
British avifauna, noticed 1873, 479; 
on the immature Rhodostethia rosea, 
1875, 484; essay on the distribution 
of the Laridie. noticed 18-9, 100; 
letter on L(jddigesia mirabilis, 18S0, 
'Z-il ; note on the earliest available 
scientific name for the Woodchat 
Shrike, 1883, 83 ; on the birds of the 
Pyrenees, 1883,229; 1884, 365; on 
the birds exhibited in the Inter- 
rational Fisheries Exhibition, 1883, 
346 ; Yarrell's ' British Birds,' 
noticed, 1884, 110, 462; 1885.232, 
323; reprint of Vieillot's ' Analyse,' 
noticed 1884, 347; reply to Dr. 
Giitither's letter on the food of the 
Golden Oriole, 1886, 208; on ornith- 
ology in the Colonial and Indian 
Exhibition, 1886, 468; 'List of 
British Birds,' noticed 1887, 467; 
'Illustrated Manual of Britisli Birds,' 
noticed 1888, 488; 1889, 567; 1890, 
259 ; notes on birds observed in 
Switzerland, chiefly in the Cantons 
of Vaud and Neuchatel, 1891, 157; 



letter on irregular visiti^rs to the 
shores of the United Kingdom, 1892, 
182 ; exhibition of a spei-imen of 
(Edemia nigra, 1893, 256; on the 
distribution of birds in France, 1893, 
448 ; description of Stercorarius 
maccorinicki, 1894, 291 ; remarks on 
the geographical distribution of the 
Herring-Gull group of the Laridae, 
1894, 300; observations on the plu- 
mage of Larus melanocephalus, 1894, 
548 ; letter on Spanish examples of 
Perdix cinerea, 1S94, 575. 
Saiiro|_)sidiB, on the anatomy of the, 

noticed 1871, 454. 
Saussure, H. de, observations on the 
habits of certain Mexican birds, 1859, 
202, 322. 
Savai Island, on the birds of the, noticed 

1872, 4:34. 
Savanne, Newton's ten days' sojourn nt, 

1 86 1, 220. 
Savi, P., ' Oruitologia Italiana,' noticed 

1874,451. 
Savoy, Bailly's ' Ornithologie de la 

Savoie,' noticed 1893, 475. 
Saxby, H. L., and Saxby, S. H., ' The 
Birds of Shetland,' noticed 1874, 
448. 
Saxony, ou a Grouse from, noticed 
1884, 344; reports on the Ornitho- 
logii.'al Stations of, noticed 1887, 355; 
1888, 486; 1889, 120; 1890, 251 ; 
1891,458; 1893, 141. 
Scales, J., ' Memoir of,' noticed 1886, 

199. 
Scandinavia, Holmgren on the birds of, 
1868, 113; 1870, 516; Westerluud's 
' Skandinavisk Oologi,' 1868, 114; 
on the Anseridaj of, noticed 1871, 449 ; 
notes on the genus Lagopus in, 1894, 
122. 
Scania, on the birds of, 1870, 515. 
Schaeck, P. de, monograph of the Fran- 

colins, noticed 1892, 461. 
Schalow, H., letter on Lanius isabellinus 
from Heligoland, 1877, 398 ; on 
Eohm's ornithological collect ions from 
East Africa, noticed 1884, 110; cata- 
logue of the seventh exhibition of 
the yEginllia, noticed 1884. 315; 
on a new Musopliaga from Central 
Africa, noticed 1885, 114; on the 
birds of Mark Brandenburg, noticed 
1885. 451 ; 1 89 1, 138; on the Muso- 
phagidtc, noticed 1886, 374; on the 
avifauna of the Atlas Mountains 
(Cis-Atlantean Sub region), noticed 

1 89 1, 621 ; on the birds frotn tlie 
Aleutian and Kurile Islands, noticed 

1892, 177 ; on Pratinc(jla rubicola ia 
N.E. Germany, noticed 1893, 270. 



110 



Scbalow, H., and Eeicheiiow, A., ' Bio- 
graphy of Ornithologists,' noticed 

1879, 477; ' Coiupendiuni,' noticed 

1880, 477; 1 88 1, 105, 485; recordsof 
oraitLiological litei*ature, noticed 1881, 
4S5; 1882, 604. 

Scbatiloff, J., on the birds of Tauria, 

1862, 181. 

Schiavuzzi, Dr., on northern birds in 
the Adriatic, noticed 1885, 451. 

Schlegel, F., on the species of Gracula, 
noticed 1871, 4G4. 

Schlegel, If., monograpb of Corvus, 
noticed i860, 189; ' Dieren van 
Nederland,' noticed i860, 300; on 
Black Cockatoos and Paradise-birds, 
noticed, 1861, 202; 'Museum d'His- 
toire Naturelle des Pays-Biis,' noticed 

1863, 105, 358; 1864, 124, 397; 
1865, 102, 342, 533; 1867, 375; 
1868, 110; 1874, 454; 1881, 166; 
letter from, on the occurrence of the 
Francolin in Europe, 1863, 116; 
notes on species of Lycocorax and 
Ptilf.pus, noticed 1863, 119; on the 
genus CTi'acula, noticed 1863, 224; on 
new species of Buceros and new 
Pigeons, noticed 1S63, 359; on birds 
of the Dutch Indies, noticed 1864, 
124; on new Hornbills and a new 
Falcon, noticed 1S64, 398 ; on a new 
Bird of Paradise, noticed 1865, 343; 
on Astur niacrurus, noticed 1865, 
344; on the Alcedinidaeof the Dutch 
Indies, noticed 1866, 117; ' Dieren- 
tuin,' noticed 1866, 117; on some 
extinct gigantic birds of the Mas- 
carene Islands. i856, 146; on Charit- 
ornis albertinje, noticed 1866, 210; 
on the birds of Madagascar, noticed 
1 866, 211; ' Observations Zoologiques,' 
1 867, 243 ; ) 872, 452, 453 ; on Ptilono- 
rhynchus holosericeus, noticed 1873, 
479 ; on G-rus leucogeranus, noticed 
1873,479; papers on Ni.susrufitorques, 
Nisus poliocephalus, Strix ine.xpectata, 
Cuculus audeberti, and Strix tene- 
bricosa arfaki, noticed 1880, 140 ; on 
Treron teysnianni, Artamia berniera, 
Ardea lansbergii, Hypherpes coralli- 

. rostris, and Talegallus pyrrhopygius, 
noticed 1880, 141 ;onGrallinulafraukii, 
noticed 1880, 142 ; two papers on two 
new birds (Maliagrata and Megapo- 
dius sanghirensis), notit-ed 1881, 491 ; 
proposed memorial to, 1892, 352. 

, and Herklots, J. A., ' Fauna van 

Nederland,' noticed 1859, 460. 

, Pollen, F. P. L., and Van Dam, 

D. C, 'Faune de Madagascar,' no- 
ticed 186S, 224, 470; 1869, 112. 



Schlegel, H., and Weeterman, G. F., ' De 
Toerako's,' noticed 1861, 109. 

Schmeltz, J. D. E., on the Fruit- 
Pigeons of the genus Ptilopns, and 
on the fauna of the New Hebrides, 
noticed 1881, 167. 

Schmidhoffen, see Tschusi zu Schmid- 
hotfen. 

Schmidt, J., on a male Oidemia nigra 
shot near Frankfurt-a-Main, noticed 
1873, 479. 

Schmidt, M., on the breeding of a pair 
of Cormorants in the Frankfort 
Gardens, noticed 1871, 464; on the 
breeding of Bolborhyncluis monachus 
in the Frankfort Gardens, noticed 
1873,480. 

Schomburgk, Sir E.. H., on the birds of 
Siam, 1864, 246 ; death of, 1865, 
240. 

Schperck, F., on the birds of the Araui", 
noticed 1887, 254. 

Schrenck, L. v., on the birds of Amoor- 
land, i86r, 109. 203; on birds of the 
Ussuri, 1863, 107; obituarial notice 
of, 1894, 459 

Schulz, F., and Stampelmann, H., on 
the birds of Cordoba, noticed 1892, 
178. 

Schiitt. E., contribution to the breeding- 
history of the Nutcracker, 1862, 365. 

Scilly Islands, on Phylloscopus super- 
ciliosus in the, 1890, 387. 

Scinde, letter on the birds of, 1872, 
468 ; Murray's ' Vertebrate Zoology 
of Sind; noticed 1885, 109. 

Sclater, P. L., on an undescribed species 
of Hawk from New Caledonia, 1859, 
275 ; on the birds of Ecuador, 1859, 
319 ; on new birds in the Derby 
Museum, 1859, 319; on the Tyrant- 
birds of Mexico, 1859, 436 ; on Acci- 
pitres in the Norwich Museum, 1859, 
455 ; on two new American Parrots, 
1859, 456; on the eggs of two 
raptorial birds from the Falkland 
Islands, i860, 24 ; on Wallace's 
Standard-wing, i860, 26; on an un- 
described species of Hawk from New 
Granada, i860, 147; on the egg and 
nestling of the Californian Vulture, 
i860, 278; on the birds of prey of 
New Guinea, i860, 322; on Milvago 
carunculatus and its allied species, 
1861, 19; notice of the occurrence 
of the American Meadow Starling 
(Sturnella ludoviciana) in England, 
1861, 176 ; on the American Barbets 
(Capitouidiv), 1861, 182; 1862, I; 
remarks on the geographical distri- 
bution of the genus Turdus, 1861, 



Ill 



277; on a rare species of Hawk of 
the genus Accipiter, from South 
Aniei'ica, 1861, 313; note on the 
Ilypotriorchis castanonotu3 of J)r. 
Heuglin, iS6i, 34(> ; note on Falco 
circuiminctiis, a rare bird of prey 
from South America, 1862, 23; on 
ripra deheiosa, 1862, 175; notice of 
the supposed oceurrence of the Ame- 
rican Kill-deer Plover in this country, 
1862, 275; 'Catalogue of American 
Birds,' noticed 1862, 370; note on the 
Harrier of Bourbon (Circus maillardi, 
Verreaux), 1863, 11)3; note on the 
Eastern-Asiatic species of the genus 
Turdus, 1863, 195; synopsis of the 
known species of Dacnis, 1863, 311 ; 
list of recent additions to the genus 
Calliste. 1863, 450; note on the 
Caprimulgine genus Cosnietornis, 
1864, 114; on the birds of the Comoro 
Islands, 1864,292; on the rapacious 
birds of S.E. Africa, 1864, 301 ; on a 
new species of Tetr.igor,0]is, 1864, 
371 ; on two rare species of Dendroeca, 
1865. 87; letter on species of Cyp- 
selus, 1865, 234; note on species of 
Dendroeca, 1865, 237; on Kruper's 
Nuthatch and other species of Sitta, 
1865, 30(i ; on Schlegelia calva, 1865, 
3-13 ; letter on tiie occurrence of 
Aqiiila naevioides in Spain, 1865,359 ; 
dpscripti(jn of a new species of Irid- 
ornis, 1865, 495; on the species of 
the genus jMuscisaxicola, 1866, 5G ; 
on 'Kittacincla auricularis,' Swinhoe, 
186"^, 109; distribution of the species 
of Chasmorhynchus, 1866, 406; on 
Dr. Leotaud's ' Eirds of Trinidad,' 
1867,104; letter on the identity of CtbI- 
linula pumila and G. angulata,, 1867, 
254 ; on a recently-discovered Tanager 
of the genus Calliste, 1868, 71 ; 
letter on Laniuscrassirostris, Numida 
vulturina, and I'lectropterus gam- 
bensis, 1868, 501 ; on the s] ecies of 
the genus Hirundinea, 1869, 19(5; 
1882, 1()2 ; letter on a species of 
Chasmorhynchus, 1869, 462; on the 
systematic position of Indicator, 1870, 
176; i87i,464; letter on species of 
Sunbirds, 1870, 296; revision of the 
genus Spermophila, 1871, 1 ; 1872, 
454 ; on the Land-birds of Juan 
Fernandez, 1871, 178; 1872, 454; 
on the birds of the Sandwich Islands, 
1871,356; 1872, 454; 1879, 89; on 
birds from the Kio Parana, noticed 
1871, 465; on the Cuckons of the 
genua Coccyzus, noticed 1871, 465; 
on new or little-known species of 



South-American birds, noticed 1871, 
465 ; on three new species of Elainea, 
noticed 18-1, 4()6 ; revision of tl'.e 
genus Sycalis, 1872, 39; 1873, 480; 
on the position of Peltops, Eury- 
lamius, and Todus, 1872, 177; 1873, 

480 ; on a new Loriculus, 1872, 323 ; 
1 873, 480 ; on the types of Tyrannula 
mexicana and T. barbirosti'is, noticed 
1872, 454; on the Dendrocolaptidae 
in the Smithsonian Institution, 
noticed 1872, 455; on a species of 
Prinia from Ceylon, noticed 1872, 
455 ; on the birds of St. Lucia, noticed 
1872, 455; 1873, 481; notes on 
animals in the Zoological Society's 
Gardens, noticed 1872, 455; 1873, 

481 ; on the birds of Lima, Peru, 
noticed 1872, 455; on new Parrots 
in the Zookgical Society's Gardens, 
noticed 1872, 455; description of 
Turtur aldabranus, noticed 1872, 456 ; 
on certain species of Pelicans noticed 

1872, 456; on birds from Oyapok, 
noticed i8"2, 456; on the species of 
the genera Myiozetetes and Conopias, 
noticed 1872, 456; note on Pyranga 
roseogularis, 1873, 125; additions to 
the birds of Nicaragua, 1873, 372; 
on Casuarius kaupi, noticed 1873, 
480 ; on Coccyzus americanus, noticed 

1873, 481 ; on birds of the Eio Negro 
of Patagonia, noticed 1873,48!; on 
the i^wallows of the genus Progne, 
noticed 1873, 481 ; on Coccyzus 
erythrophthalmus, noticed 1873, 481 ; 
on Priouochilus vincens, noticed 

1873, 482; on a nest of Milvulus 
tyrannus containing eggs of Molo- 
thrus bonariensis, noticed 1873, 482 ; 
on the Prionochili of Eritish India, 

1874, I ; note on the correct name 
for the Little Grebe, 1874, '*8 ; on 
Jelfki's collections of Peruvian birds, 
1 874, 100 ; note on Larus leucophajus, 

1874, 100; on Pere David's travels 
in China, 1874, 167 ; note on Psittacus 
crithar'us, 1874, 185 ; note on Suya 
superciliaris, 1874, 185; note on 
Drepanornis albertisi, 1874, 186; on 
the family Pteroptochidip, 1874, 189 ; 
on Dr. A. B. Meyer's discoveries in 
New Guinea, 1874,416; on the sub- 
family Diglossii £e, 1875, 204; on 
I'urdus javanicus and T. schlegeli, 

1875, 344; letter on the siJelling of 
Rhynochetus, 1875, 389 ; on tho 
genus Chlorochrysa, 1875, '164; on 
ornithological progress in Newr 
Guinea, 1876, 243; ornithcjlogical 
news from New Guinea, 1876, 357; 



112 



on recently discovered Callista3, 1876, 
407 ; note on the Soutli-American 
Song- Sparrows, 1877, 40; on the 
nesting of Platalea leiicorodia, 1877, 
412 ; description of two new Gralla- 
rise, and list of the known species of 
the genus, 1877, 437 ; note ou Lopho- 
rina respublica, 1877, 493; on the 
genus Pipreola, 1878, 164; remarks 
on the Neotropical Pipits (Anthus), 
1878,35(1; note on the breeding of 
Ibis ajthiopica in the Zoological 
Society's Gardens, 1878, 449; note 
on the subgenus Xanthura, 1879, 87 ; 
on a new form of Certhiidse, 1879, 
115 ; on breeding-places of Ciconia 
nigra, 1879. 118; note on the name 
of the Purple Waterhen, 1879, l-'^ ; 
remarks on the nomenclature of the 
British Owls, and arrangement of the 
Order Stiiges, 1879,346; on the chang- 
ing of the generic term "Euc-hcetes" 
into Calochfftes, 1879, 388 ; on some 
West-Indian birds, 1880, 71 ; ' Mono- 
graph of the Jacamars and PufF- 
birds,' noticed 1880, 142,372; 1881, 
1()7, 604 ; 1882, 607 ; on Cono- 
thraupis, a new genus of Tanagers, 

1880, 252 ; note on Eallus sulcirostris 
and its allies, 1880, 309 ; remarks on 
the present state of the Systema 
Avium, 1880, 340, 399; note on 
Chrysotis apophtenica, 1880, 378 ; on 
an apparently new species of Conurus 
(Couurus egregius"), 1881, 130; on 
the range of Porphyrio caeruleus, 

1881, 178; on the genus Hylophilus, 
iS8i,293; remarks on the recently 
described Parrots of the genus Chry- 
sotis, 1881, 411; 'Report on the 
Birds of the Challenger Expedition,' 
noticed 1 881, 492 ; on two apparently 
new Finches of the genus Erythrura, 
1881, 543; on two new species of 
birds from the Argentine Republic 
(Poospiza erythrophrys and Synal- 
laxis whitii), 1881, 599; on a new 
Pufi'-bird of the genus Nonnula 
(N. brunnea), 1881, 600; on the 
generic term Goniaphea, 1882, 182; 
note on Trichoglossus riibrigularis, 
1882,347; on the genera Microbates 
and Rhamphocfenus (jf the Family 
Forniicariidae, 1883, 92; review of 
the species of the Family Icteridaj, 
Part I. CassiciniB, 1883, 145, 
Part II. IcterinfB, 1883, 352, Part 
111. Agelffiina-, 1884, 1, Part IV. 
Quiscalinie, 1884, 149; note on the 
birds of Timor Laut, 1883, 232; 
note on the correct name of the 



American Cow-bird (Molothrus ater), 
1883, 583; remarks on two rare 
American Oscines, 1884, 240; re- 
print of Wagler's six ornithological 
memoirs, noticed 1884, 348; on the 
Muscicapine genus Chasiempis, 1885, 
17; on the occurrence of the Black 
Redstart (Ruticilla tithys) in Somer- 
setshire, 1885, 237; on some little- 
known species of Tanagers, 1885, 
271 ; on tiie claws and spurs of 
Birds' wings, 1886, 147, 300 ; on the 
generic term Simorhynehus, 1886, 
211 ; description of a new Ground- 
Pinch from Western Peru, 1886, 
258 ; ' Catalogue of the Birds in the 
British Museum,' noticed, vol. XI., 
1886, 375; vol. XIV., 1888, 488; 
voLXV., 1890,378; vol. XIX, 1891, 
461 ; remarks on the spei'ies of the 
genus Cyelorhis, 1887, 320 ; notes on 
the Emperor Penguin (Aptenodytea 
forsteri), 1888, 325; notes on the 
birds of Lomas de Zamora, Buenos 
Aires, 1888, 461 ; notes on some 
recently described sjjecies of Dendro- 
colaptida\ 1889, 350; remarks on 
the fifth cubital remex of the wing in 
the Carinata\ 1890, 77 ; on the 
southern range of the Ccerebidiie, 1890, 
131 ; on the generic term Calodromas, 

1890, 265 ; on the range of the 
Guiicharo (Steatornis caripensis) in 
South America, 1890, 335; notes on 
Mr. Holland's birds from the Argen- 
tine Republic, 1890, 424; 1891, 16; 
note on Pelecanus mauillensis, 1891, 
151 ; remarks on Macgregor's Para- 
dise-bird, Cuemophilus macgregori, 

1891, 414; on recent advances in 
our knowledge of the Geographical 
Distribution of Birds, 1891, 514; 
note on Calliste margareth^, 1892, 
351 ; remarks on the correct generic 
name of the Linnets, 1892, 555 ; notes 
on the birds collected in Nyasaland 
by A. Whyte, 1893, 1 ; exhibition of 
some specimens of birds sent from 
Aden by Lieut. H. E. Barnes, 1893, 
116; on tlie bird-colleclions in the 
Oxford University Museum, 1893,156; 
on the birds of Antigua, W. I., 1893, 
158 ; on Tringa acuminata in Norfolk, 
1893, 181 ; notes on Paramythia 
montium and Amalocichla sclateriana, 
1893, 243; note on the proper use of 
the generic terms Certhiola and 
Coereba, 1893, 246; exhibition of 
Paramythia montium, 1893,249; ex- 
hibition of a prepared wing and tail 
of Calodrojnas elegans, 1893, 256; 



113 



extract of a letter from Dr. Hartlaub 
ou Pennula ecaudataand P. saiidwich- 
enstis, 1893, L'o6 ; Adeu suggested as a 
place convenient for an ornithological 
excursion, 1893, 2^5; note on the 
'Crocodile-bird' of the Nile, 1893, 
277 ; note on Mr. Fairbridge's letter 
on Phalacrocorax neglectiis breeding 
on Dassen Island, 1893, 27'J ; remarks 
on the mounted birds in the Florence 
Museum, 1893, "i^"'' ; note on the 
migratory birds which had visited the 
s.s. 'Oruba' between Gibraltar and 
Malta, 1893,444; ou Great Bustards 
in the Zoological Gardens, 1893, 47<>; 
remarks on the birds of Estancia Sta. 
Elena, Argentine Republic, 1893, ■^8'^ ; 
exhibition of a skin of Pbalaropus 
fulicarius from Chili, 1893, 570; ex- 
hibition of a skin of Geopliaps 
pliuuifera from X. Queensland, 1893, 
570 ; on ornithoU)gy at Munich, 
Stuttgart, Darmstadt, Frankfort, and 
Cassel, 1894, lOK ; exhibition of. and 
remarks upon, a specimen of the 
" King " Parrot, 1 894, 1 19 ; exhibition 
of specimens of the eggs of Podager 
nacunda and Hydropsalis furcifera. 
1894, 119; notes on the birds of 
Uruguay, 1894, 149 ; on Dr. Cabanis's 
retirement from the Editorship of 
the 'Journal fiir Ornithologie,' 1894, 
293 ; exhibition of a needle used by 
the natives of N. Queensland made 
from the stem of a feather, 1894, 299 : 
exhibition of, and remarks upon, a skin 
of Amaurolinmas concolor, 1 894, 299 ; 
exhibition of a specimen of Coracias 
weigalli, 1894, 299; exhibition of a 
skin of Turni.K nana from Nynsaland, 
1894, 424; remarks on the ' Scomber 
scomber ' princijile in ornithological 
nomenclature, 1894, 428; remarks 
on the birds of Antarctica, 1894, 494 ; 
exhibition of skius of three new Par- 
rots from Argentina, 1894, 5W> ; ex- 
hibition of eggs of Phibalura flavi- 
rostris, 1894, 547. 

Sclater, P. L., and Fiiisch, O., on the 
Ornithological Literature of 1872, 
1873,4.31. 

, and Hudson, W. H., on the birds 

of the Rio Negro of Patagonia, noticed 
1873, 460 ; on the habits of the Swal- 
lows of the genus Progne in the 
Argentine Republic, noticed 1873, 
401; 'Argentine Ornithology,' an- 
nounced 1S87, 124, noticed 1888, 
279; 1889. TOl, letters on, 1889, 
397; 1890, 384. 

, and Salvin, O., on the ornithology 



of Central America, 1859,!, 117,213; 
conti-ibutions to the ornithology of 
Guatemala, 1860,28,272,390; 1866, 
188 ; ' Exotic Ornithology,' noticed 
1866, 426; 1867, 123, 372; 1868, 
335; 1869, 109; i8to, 262; lists of 
the birds collected in the Straits of 
Magellan by Dr. Cunningham, 1868, 
183; 1869, 283; 1870, 499; 1871, 
466 ; on birds collected by Dr. Habel 
in the Galapagos Islands, noticed 
1871,467; synopsis of the Craoidae, 
noticed 1871, 467.; on additions to 
the avifauna of Mexico, noticed 1871, 
468 ; on birds collected by A. Goering 
ill Venezuela, noticed 1871, 468; on 
G. M. Whitely's birds from the coast 
of Honduras, noticed 1871, 468; 
descriptions of five new birds from 
the U.S. of Columbia, noticed 1871, 
468; revised list of the Neotropical 
LaridiB, noticed 1872, 456; descrip- 
tions of four new species of Buarre- 
mon, 1879,425; descriptiims of some 
new species of Scuth-American birds 
of the families Tyrannidie and For- 
micariidae, 1881, 267. 

Sclater, P. L., and Semper, J. E., oq the 
birds of St. Lucia, noticed 1873, 482. 

, and Shelley, G. E., ' Catalogue of 

the Birds in the British Museum,' 
vol. XIX., noticed 1891, 461. 

, and Taylor, E. C, ornithological 

notes from Constantinople, 1876, 60. 

Sclater, W. L., on his expedition to 
British Guiana, 1885, 340; a few 
notes on British Guiana and its 
birds, 1887, 315 ; letter from con- 
taining the description of the young 
of Merula bourdilloni, 1891. 472, 
on the Indian Museum and its col- 
lection of Birds, 1892, 65; on the 
economic importance of birds in 
India, noticed 1892,571 ; letter on the 
formation of a collection of Britisli 
Birds for Eton College, 1893, .')93. 

Sclavonia, field-notes from, and an 
annotiited list of the birds observed 
in, 1884, 125; on an excursion to, 
noticed i886, 518; on the birds of, 
noticed 1891, 129. 

Sclerurus, review of the genus, noticed 
1890, 2.57. 

Scolopacida', on the mechanism of the 
upper mandible in tbe, 1893, 563. 

Scolopax, review of the genus, 1886, 
122. 

' Scomber scomber ' principal of nomen- 
clature, notes on the, 1894, •1-S. 

Scops, review of the American species 
of, noticed 1879, 2(>9. 

1 



114 



Scoter (Commou), on tlie occurrence of 
tlie, in Ireland, 1894, 451. 

Scotland, on the Osprey breeding in, 
1865, 3(50; on Buteo lireatns in, 
1865, 649; Gray's 'Birds of the 
West of,' announced 1867, 266, 
noticed 1872, 184; on the occurrence 
of rare birds in, 1870, 291 ; 1872, 
2U1 ; 18S2, 462; Harvie-Brown's 
'The Capereaillie in,' noticed 1879, 
476 ; on the occurrence of Cyanecula 
Wdlfi in, 1882, 179; report on the 
Ornitholog;.v of, noticed 1883, 216; 
' Anuals of Scottish Natural History,' 
noticed 1892, 348. 

Scott, D., extract from a letter from, 
on the habits of L'pnpa epops, 1866, 
222; 1867, 135; death of, 1868, 
134. 

Scott, W. D., on the Summer birds of 
Kanawha County, West Virginia, 
noticed 1873, 482. 

Scott, W. E. D., on birds observed at 
the Dry Tortugas, Florida, noticed 
1891, 28(i ; on the birds of the 
Caloosahatchie Eegion of Florida, 
noticed 1893, 148. 

Scott-Elliot, G., news of, in Central 
Africa, 1894, 455. 

' Scraps about Birds,' Adamson's, no- 
ticed 1882, 4.57. 

Scully, J., contribution to the ornitho- 
logy of Gilgit, 1881, 415, 6(17; on 
the Mammals and Birds of Northern 
Afghanistan, noticed 1888, 141. 

Sea-birds, of the Pacific Coast of Guate- 
mala, 1865, 187; protection of, on 
the Fame Islands, 1889, 141. 

Secondaries, remarks on Sundevall's 
account of the number of, in birds, 
1887, 28(i. 

Sedge- Warbler, on the occurrence in 
Devonshire of the Rufous, i860, 
103. 

Seebohin, H., on Phylloscopi, 1877, 66; 
letter on Anthus seebohmi, 1877, 128; 
on the Salicariae of Dr. Severtzoff, 
}877, 161; notes on the ornithology 
of Heligoland, 1877, 15() ; on the 
ornithology of Siberia, 1878, 173, 322; 
1879, 1, 147 ; 1880, 179; 1882, 419; 
letter on Bradypteruspiatyurus, 1878, 
380; letter on the Sylviidae in the 
British Museum, 1878,489; remarks 
on Blakiston and Fryer's catah)gue 
of the birds of Japan, 1879, 18; 
remarks on the genus Sylvia and on 
the synonymy of the species, 1879, 
308; remarks on certain points in orni- 
thological nomenclature, 1879, 42S ; 
corrections of synonymy in the family 



Sylviidffi, i88c, 273; 'Siberia in 
Europe,' noticed 1881, 285; on the 
nesting of the Spoonbill, noticed 

1 88 1, 286; ' Catalogue of the Birds 
in the British Museum, vol. V., no- 
ticed 1881, 492; notes on the birds 
of Astrakhan, 1882, 204; contri- 
butions to the ornithology of Japan, 

1882, 368; 1884, 30, 174 ; 1885, 
363 ; notes on the birds of Archangel, 

1882, 371 ; on the interbreeding of 
birds, 1882, 646; letter on Pallas's 
' Zoographia Eosso-Asiatica,' 1882, 
611; notes on the birds of the 
Caucasus, 1883. 1 ; observations on 
the Pied Wagtails of Japan, 1883, 
90; 'Siberia in Asia,' noticed 1883, 
113; ' History of British Birds, with 
coloured illustrations of their Eggs,' 
noticed 1883, 114; 1884, 462; 1886, 
92; letter on H. H. Slater's birds of 
the Yang-tze-kiang, 1883, 120; letter 
on the Stricklandian code of nomen- 
clature, 1883, 121 ; remarks on the 
Thrushes of the ^Ethiopian Region, 

1883, 164; notes on Hirundo rufula 
and its allies, with descrij)tion of a 
supposed new subspecies, 1883, 167; 
excursion to the Dobrutscha, 1883, 
398 ; on the East Asiatic Shore- Lark 
(Otocorys longirostris), 1884, 184; 
on a collection of birds from Central 
China, 1884, 269 ; notes on a collec- 
tion of birds from Lankoran, 1884, 
425 ; onTetrao griseiventris, a recently 
described species of Hazel-Grouse 
from North-east Russia, 1884, 430; 
on the Cormorants of Japan and 
China, 1885, 270; notes on the birds 
of the Upper Engadine, 1886, 24; a 
review of the species of the genus 
Cursorius, 1886, 116; a review of the 
species of the genus Scolopax, 1886, 
122 ; a review of the species of the 
genus llimantopus, 1886, 224 ; on 
the geological views of, 1886, 625; 
on the Bullfinches of Siberia and 
Japan, 1887, KJO ; 'The Geogra- 
phical Distribution of the Chara- 
driidiB,' announced 1887, 123, noticed 
1888, 369; on Phasianus colchicus 
and its allies, 1887, 168; notes on 
the birds of the Loo-choo Islands, 
1887.173; 1888, 232; 1893,47; on 
Horsfield's Woodcock (Scolopax 
saturata), 1887, 283; some remarks 
on Sundevall's account of tlie number 
of secondaries of Birds, 1887, 286; 
notes on the bii'ds of Natal and 
adjoining parts of South Africa, 1887, 
336 ; on the Arctic form of the 



115 



Nutcracker (Xucifraga caryocataotes), 
1888, 236 ; on Merula ti)rqiiata aud 
its geographical races, 188S. 30U; ou 
Phasianiis torquatus and its allies, 
1888, 312; on the birds observed by 
Dr. Bunge on his recent visit to 
Great Liakoff Island, 1S8S, 344; an 
attempt to diagnose the suborders of 
the great Gallino-Gralline grou]) of 
birds by the aid of osteological 
characters alone, 1888, 415; on tlie 
identity of Ibis propinqua with 
I. melanocephala, 1888, 473; an 
attempt to diagnose the Suborders of 
the ancient Ardeino-Anserine assem- 
blage of Birds by the aid of osteo- 
logical characters alone, 1889, 92; 
remarks on Brandt's Siberian 
Bunting, 1889, 295; an attempt to 
diagnose the Pico-Passerine group of 
Birds and the suborders of which it 
consists, 1890, 20; on the birds of 
the Bonin Islands, 1890, 95; an 
attempt to diagnose the subclass 
Coraciiformes, aud the orders, sub- 
orders.and families comprised tlierein, 

1890, 200; ' Classificiition of Birds," 
noticed 1890, 379; notes on Irish 
Ornithology, 1890, 397 ; on tlie Fijian 
species of the genus Pachyceiihala, 

1891, 93; on the birds of the Volcano 
Islands, 1891, 189; description of a 
new species of Zosterops from the 
Seven Islands, Japan, 1891, 273 ; on 
a collei-tion of birds from Western 
Szechuen, 1891, 370; on some recent 
additions to the list of Irish Birds, 
1 89 1 , 585 ; ' The Birds of the Japanese 
Empire,' noticed 1891, 139; list of 
the birds of Heligoland as recorded 
by Ilerr Giitke, 1892, 1 ; on tlie birds 
of Tsu-sima, Japan, 1892. 87, 248, 
399; letter on the distribution of tlie 
Sanderling, 1892, 4()9; exhibition of 
some birds from the Loo-Clioo or 
Liu-Kiulslands,i893, 116; exhibition 
of two examples of Tringa acuminata 
obtained on the Norfolk coast, 1893, 
120 ; exhibition of Oreocincla cuneata, 
1893, 122; remarkson the occurrence 
of Sylvia nisoria in the Britisli Isles, 
1893, 122; on the occurrence of the 
Sharp-tailed Sandpiper (TringJi acu- 
minata) in Norfolk, 1893, 181 ; on 
the species of Zoslerops found in the 
Island of Java, 1893, 217 ; on the 
species of Merula found in the 
Island of Java, 1893, 219 ; description 
of a new species of Crossoptilon, 
1893, 250; description of a new- 
species of Merula from Java, 1893, 



257; description of a new species of 
Zosterops from Java, 1893, 258; 
remarks on the Geographical Distri- 
bution of British Birds, 1893, 262; 
exhibition of an egg of Tringa 
canutus taken near Disco, Green- 
land, 1893, 263 ; explanation of Dr. 
Nicholski's theory accounting for the 
variations in the shape of eggs, 1893, 
265 ; on the cause of variation in the 
shape of the eggs of birds, 1893, 359 ; 
note on the cro-s-lines of migration 
in E. Siberia and N.W. ArTierica, 
1894, 293 ; exhibition of, and remarks 
upon, a specimen of Geocichla heinii, 
1894, 298; on the Chinese species of 
the genus Sulliora, 1894, 338; de- 
scription of Merula thomassoni, 1 894, 
552; on the distribution of Britisli 
Birds, noticed 1894, 664. 
Seebohm, H., and Ilarvie-Brown, J. A., 
notes ou the birds of the Lower 
Petchora, 1876, 105, 215, 289, 434; 
1877,392. 
Seeley, H. G., on a new fossil bird from 

the Wealden, 1887, 476. 
Seidensacher, E., on the birds of Chili, 

1866, 116. 
Seidlilz, G., on the structure of the egg, 

187c, 130. 
Selborne, White's ' Natural History of,' 
Harting's edition, noticed 1875, 2(>2. 
Selby, P. J., death of, 1867, 256; 
Blomefield's 'Ileminiscences of,' no- 
ticed 1886, 191. 

, and Jardine, Si?- W., on the dates 

of the 'Illustrations of Ornithologv,' 

of, 1894,326. 

Selenka, E., Aves of Bronn's ' Thier- 

Eeich,' noticed 1870, 513; 1871, 

46'.) ; on theshoulder-muscles of birds, 

noticed 1871, 468. 

Scions, F. C, 'Travel and Adventure 

in South-east Africa,' noticed 1894, 

134. 

Sclys-Longchamps, E. de, notes on 

various birds observed in Italian 

Museums in 1866, 1870, 449; 1871, 

427 ; essay on the classification of 

birds, noticed 1880, 473; letter on 

the ' Ibis List of British Birds,' 1884, 

118 ; excursion to Heligoland, noticed 

1884, 345; on the genus Paru.^, 

noticed 1884, 463. 

Semper, J. E., and Sclater, P. L., on the 

birds of St. Lucia, noticed 1873, 482. 

Senckenberg Museum, Catalogue of 

Birds in the, noticed 1891, 616. 
Senegainbia, Eochebrune's ' Faune de 
la Sonegambie,' Birds, noticed 1885, 
322. 

I 2 



116 



Sennett, G. B., ' Notes ou the Orni- 
thology of the Lower Rio Grande of 
Texas,' noticed 1879, 207 ; i88o,47y. 

Setopbaga, synopsis of the genus, 1878, 
302. 

Seven Islands, on a new species of 
Zosterops from, 1891, 273. 

Severtzoft", N. A., on Astur brevipes, 
1865, 341 ; ' Tiirkestanskie Jevotnie,' 
noticed 1874., 174; Dresser on his 
'Fauna of Turkestan,' 1875, 96, 236, 
332; 1876, 77, 171, 319, 410; ou 
new Asiatic birds, 1875, 487 ; on 
the Salicarife of, 1877, 161; on the 
birds of the Pamir Range, 1883, 48 ; 
death of, 1885, 238 ; on the posthu- 
mous works of, 1886, 197; 1 888, 486; 
' Ornithologie du T'.irkest an,' noticed 
1889,388; 1890,116; 1892,336. 

Seville, notes on the birds of, 1883, 233. 

Se3'chelles, on an apparently unde- 
seribed bird from the, 1865, 331 ; 
on the Land bii-ds of the, 1S67, 335 ; 
on the ornitijology of the, noticed 
1879,97; on a new Owl from the, 
1880, 456. 

Shakespeare, Harting's ' Ornithology 
of,' noticed 1872, 185, 433. 

Sham;i, on the correct name of the 
Indian, noticed 1884, 346. 

Shanghai, on the birds of, 1873, 423; 
1874, 182. 

Shan States, exhibition of some birds' 
skins from the, 1894, 433; on the 
birds collected on Bj'ingyi Mountain, 
1894,478. 

Sharpe, R. B., on the genus Acredula, 

1868, 295 ; ' Monograph of the 
Alcedinidffi,' noticed 1868, 472 ; 

1869, 215; 1870, 121, 506; 1871, 
431, 469 ; 1872, 457 ; 1873, 
483 ; on birds from the Fantee 
Country in Western Africa, 1869, 
186,381; 1870,52,470; 1871,470; 
1872, 66 ; on the Kingfishers of South 
Africa, 1869, 275; letter on Wal- 
denia, a new genus of Hirundinidae, 
1869, 461 ; letter on species of Acre- 
dula, 1870, 152; on the Oriolidje of 
the Ethiopian Region, 1870, 213; 
187J, 470; critical remarks on Dr. 
von Heuglin's 'Ornithologie Nordost- 
Afrika's,' 1870, 421, .537 ;' 1871, 470; 
on a new Muscicapine bird from 
Madagascar, 1870, 498; 1871, 471; 
OQ new African birds, 1871, 100, 
414; 1872, 457, 458; on African 
Coraciidae, 1871, 203, 270; 1872, 
457 ; on the genus Pelargojjsis, 
noticed 1871, 471 ; on Campophaga 
anderssoui, noticed 1871, 471 ; on the 



birds of Angola, noticed 1871, 471, 

1872, 458; on the Hirundinidse of 
the Ethiopian Region, noticed 1871, 
471 ; on the ornithology of Mada- 
gascar, noticed 1871,472; 1872,458; 

1873, 483; 'Catalogue of African 
Birds,' noticed 1872, 457 ; on Machse- 
rhamplius anderssoni, noticed 1872, 
458 ; on the birds of the Cameroons, 
noticed 1872, 459; on the American 
Eider-Duck, noticed 1872, 459; on 
Alauda bimaculata, noticed 1872, 
459 ; notes on some African birds, 
noticed 1872, 459 ; on Platystira and 
its allies, 1873, 156; on Hieracidea, 
1873, 327; on specimens of Blue 
Rock-Thrushes, noticed 1873, 483; 
on new species of birds in the British 
Museum, noticed 1873,488; on the 
genus Todus, 1 874, 344 ; on the genus 
Glaucidinm, 1875,36; on Accipitres 
in the Paris Museum, 1875, 253; on 
the genus Strix, 1875, ^24 ; on a new 
Teal from Kerguelen's Island, 1875. 
328 ; on the ornithology of Borneo, 
1876,29; 1877,1; 1878,414; 1879, 
233 ; on two new South African 
birds, 1876, 52; 'Catalogue of the 
Birds in the British Museum,' vol. II. 
1876, 273; vol. IIL 1877, 477; vol. 
IV. 1879, 362; vol. VL 1882, 341; 
vol. VII. 1883, 572; vol. X. 1885,323; 
vol. XII. 1888, 279; vol. XIII. 1890, 
456; vol. XXIIL 1894, 443; on the 
genus Orthotomus, 1877, 108 ; 'Birds 
of Kerguelen Island,' noticed 1877, 
479 ; contributions to the ornithology 
of New Guinea, noticed, 1878,377; 
1879, -478; 1882, 467; 1883, 115; 
1885, 115 ; on the birds of Rodriguez, 
noticed, 1879,216; 'Notes from the 
Leyden Museum,' VI. -XII., noticed 
1879,217 ; memoir on birds collected 
by Dr. A. B. Meyer in New Guinea, 
noticed 1879,363"; letter on Mr.E. P. 
Ramsay's paper entitled " Contribu- 
tions to the Zoology of New Guinea," 
1879, 367 ; letter substituting the 
name Rhipidura diemenensis for that 
of Rhipidura saturata, 1879, 368; 
descriptions of two new Kingfishers 
(Tanysiptera danae and Clytoceyx 
rex), noticed 1881, 286; letter cor- 
recting the names given by him to 
two birds, 1 8 8 1 , 605 ; on a new Sand- 
Martin, noticed 1882,468; on collec- 
tions made by Mr. A. Goldie in the As- 
trolabe Mountains, noticed 1883, 115; 
1885, 115; note on Saxicola monticola, 
with especial reference to the observa- 
tions of Ma iors Butler and Feilden and 



ir 



Capt. Reid, 1883, 337; Introduction 
to Gould's ' Birds of Asia,' reproduced 
1884, 49; 'Zoological Record' for 
1882, Aves, noticed 1884, 211 ; on a 
collection of birds made by Mr. E. 
Leiupriere in Southern Palawan, 
1884, 316; on the correct name of 
the Indian Shama, noticed 1884, 
34(1 ; note on Strix oustaleti, noticed 
1884, 346 ; on the birds of the voyao:e 
of the 'Alert,' noticed 1885, 114; 
notes on Timeliidie, noticed 1885, 
115; on a new NA'reu from Timor, 
noticed 18S5, 115; on a coUecti'jn of 
birds made by F. Bohndorfl" in Equa- 
torial Afric<a, noticed 1885, 115; 
departure of, for Simla, 1885, 334; 
account of the packing of the Hume 
collection, 1885, 456; on a collection 
of birds from the vicinity of Muscat, 
. iS86,162; on collections of birds from 
Fao, in the Persian Gulf, 1886, 475 ; 
on a collection of birds from Bushire, 
in the Persian Gulf, 1886, 493; on 
collections of birds in;ide by Mr. John 
Whitehead on the mountain of Kina 
Balu. in Northern Borneo, with 
descriptions of new species, 1887, 
435; 1888, 383, 478; 1893, 5()U: 
1894, 538; letter on Horsfields 
types in the British Mu.<eum, 18S7, 
471 ; on a collection of birds from 
the Island of Palawan, 1888, 193; 
further notes on Calyptomena wiiite- 
headi, 1888, 231 ; note on the genus 
Rectes, 1888,4^35; on two apparently 
undescribed species of Stin-iius, 1888, 
438; on two new species of Starling, 
1 8 a 8,476 ; on the ornithology of IS' ort h- 
ern Borneo, with notes bv John VV^hite- 
head, 1889, 63, 185, 265, 409; 1890, 
1, 133, 273; letter on the changing 
of the name Poliopsar to Spodiopsar, 
1889. 5M) ; descriptions of three new 
species of Flycatchers, 1890, 205; 
on a small collection of birds from 
Mount Fenrisen, Sarawak, 1890, 
36() ; descriptions of fourteen new 
species of birds discovered by Mr. F. 
J. Jackson in Eastern Africa, 1891, 
117 ; on the birds collected by Mr. F. 
J. Jackson during his recent Expe- 
dition to Uganda through the Terri- 
tory of the Imperial British Ea>t- 
African Company, 1891, 233, 587; 
1892, 152, 299, 534; diagnoses of 
new species of birds from Central 
East Africa, 1891, 443; notes on 
Ridley's and Ramage's birds from 
Fernando Noronha, noticed 1891, 
140 ; ' A Review of recent attemjHs 



to classify Birds,' noticed 1891, t)2l ; 
descriptions of new species of birds 
discovered by Mr. 0. Hose on Mount 
Dulit in N.W. Borneo, 1892, 322; 
1893, 117 ; ' Monograph of the 
Paradiseidaj,' noticed 1892, 340; 
1893, •I'^l ; 1894, 442; on the birds 
collected on the Second Yarkand 
Mission, noticed 1892, 341 ; on a 
collection of birds from Mount Dulit, 
in North-western Borneo, 1892, 430; 
' Catalogue of Osteological Specimens 
of Birds in the Museum of the Royal 
College of Surgeons,' noticed 1892, 
461 ; notes on a collection of birds 
sent from Borneo by Mr. A. H. 
Everett, 1893, 117; 1894, ,540; 
description of a new species of Owl 
from Mantanani, Borneo, 1893, 117; 
exhibition of the types of some new 
species of birds described by W. R. 
Davison, 1893, 118; description of 
Stachyris davisoni, 1893, 119; di - 
scription of a new species of Rhijji- 
dura from the island of Dammar, 
1893, 251 ; exhibition of the types of 
Hainan birds described by F. W. 
Styan, 1893, 251 ; remarks on Dr. 
Hartlaub's paper ' V'ier seltene 
Rallen,' 1893, 252 ; on the authority 
for the name Acredula macedonica, 
1893, 255; on the classification of 
the Rallidfe and descriptions of new 
genera, 1893, 258; exhibition of, 
and remarks upon, some specimens of 
Ocydromi, 1893, 261 ; on the distri- 
bution of the Heliornithida3 and de- 
scription of a new genus, 1893, "1<^'* J 
diagnoses of some new genera of 
GruidiT, 1893, 439 ; note on Pennula 
sandwichensis and P. ecaudata, 1893, 
444 ; note on Grus cinerea longi- 
rostris, 1893, 444; remarks on fossil 
birds, 1893,445; on new genera of 
Otides, 1893,449; 'Analytical Index 
to the Works of the late Joiin 
Gould,' noticed 1893. 461 ; Bornean 
Notes: I. 1893, 546 (i. Birds from 
Mt. Kalulong, 1893, 546; ii. Birds 
from Mts. Penrisen and Poeh, 1893, 
550; iii. A new Spiloriiis, 1893, 552; 
iv. Note on the Baza of Borneo, 
1893, 553; V. Birds from N. Borneo 
and Sarawak, 1893, 559; vi. Addi- 
tions to the Avifauna of Mt. Kina 
Balu, 1893. 560; vii. Description of 
the nest and eggs of Slapiiidia 
everetti, 1893, 563); II. 1894, 421 
(viii. Additional list of birds from 
Mt. Kalulong, 1894, 421 ; ix. On tiio 
generic name Micropus, 1894,422); 



118 



III. 1894,538 (x. Fiirtlier aildilioiis 
to tLe Avil'aiina of Mt. Kina Balu, 
1894-, 538; xi. Notes on birds col- 
lected in Northern Borneo by Mr. A. 
H. Everett, 1894, .540; xii. On a 
collection of birds from Mt. Main in 
Sarawak, 1894, 542 ; xiii. Additions 
to the Avifauna of Mt. Dulit, 1894, 
545) ; exhibition of the type of 
Eallus plateni, and description of a 
new genus Aramidopsis, 1893, 5()8; 
characters of new species of bii'ds 
from Mt. Kaluloug, 1893, 546, 5G8 ; 
on a new species of Spilurnis from 
Sarawak, 1893, 552,569; list of the 
birds obtained by Capt. Penton near 
Suakin, 1894, 118; description of a 
new species of Ardeirallus from 
Ceram, 1894, 118; on the discovery 
on Mt. Kenia by Dr. Gregory of 
Pinarocliroa hypospodia and Necta- 
rinia johnstoni, 1894, 121 ; de crip- 
tion of four new species of birds 
from the Sulu Archipelago, 1894, 
121 ; on a collection of birds sent by 
Mr. Alfred H. Everett from the Sulu 
Arcldpelago, 1894, 238; description 
of three new species of Rhinoptilus, 
1894, 2112 ; remarks on the geograph- 
ical distribution of the Herons of the 
genus Butorides, 1894, 295; on the 
geograjihical distribution of the Little 
Bitterns, 1894, 425; on the distribu- 
tion of some species of the genus 
Nycticorax, 1894, 427; description 
of Ardeirallus nesophilus, 1894,42?; 
note on Ardea purpurea, 1894, 427; 
note on Fatio and Studer's ' Cata- 
logue desOiseaux de la Suisse,' 1894, 
435 ; remarks on Dr. Eeicheuow's and 
Dr. Stejneger's classification of the 
Herons, and descriptions of the new 
genera Xanthocuus, Erythrophoyx, 
Melanophoyx, Mesophoyx, Leuco- 
phoyx, and Erythrocnus, 1894. 430- 
432 ; ' Handbook to the Birds of Great 
Britain,' vol. i., noticed 1894, 565. 

Sharpe, R. B., and Bergman, R. H., on a 
collection of birds from China and 
Japan, noticed 1871, 472. 

, and Dresser, H. E., on Lanius 

excubitor and its allies, noticed 1871, 
428 ; on points in the economy of 
Hirundo rustica, noticed i87i,472; 
' History of the Birds of Europe,' 
noticed 1872, 186, 459; 1873, 94, 
483; 1878, 387; 1882, 459; on 
Picus lilfordi and Parus britannicus 
noticed 1873, 460; on a new species 
of Long-tailed Titmouse from South- 
ei-n Europe, noticed 1873, 460. 



Sharpe, R. B., and Grant, W. R. 0., 
Catalogue of the Birds in the British 
Museum, vol. XVII. (Picariag, Cor- 
acite, Halcyones, Bucerotes, and 
Ti-ogones), noticed 1892, 572. 

, and Layard, E. L., ' Birds of 

South Africa,' announced 1872, 193; 
1873, 223, noticed 1875, 505; 1876, 
272; 1877, 375; 1882, 467; 1884, 
463. 

, and Ussher, H. T., on three new 

species of birds from the Fautee 
Country, 1872, 181; 1873.484. 

, and Wyatt, C. W., ' Monograph 

of the Hiruudinidas,' announced 1885, 
340, noticed 1886, 96, 201 ; 1889, 
392; 1891, 2S7; 1894, 315. 

, and Yerbury, J. W., on the birds 

of Aden and the neighbourhood, 
1886,11. 

Sheathbill, on the occurrence of the, in 
Ireland, 1893, 28(i ; on the systematic 
position of the Chionididse, noticed 
1893, 589. 

Shelley, G. E., letter on Elanus cte- 
ruleus, 1870, 149; letter on new 
.species of Cypselus and Turtur, 1870, 
445 ; on Egvptian Ornithology, 1871, 
38, 131, 309; 'Birds of Egypt,' 
announced 1872, 193, noticed 1873, 
91, 484 ; on six new West-African 
birds, 1873, 138; on a new West- 
African Timaliine bird, 1874, 89; 
note on Dryotriorchis, 1874, 90; 
three months on the coast of South 
Africa, 1875, 59; notes on African 
birds, 1875,379; ' Monograph of the 
Cinnyrida?,' announced 1877, 124, 
noticed 1880, 142; on new species of 
East-African birds, 1880, 333 ; 1881, 
115; on a collection of birds made 
by Mr. J. S. Jameson in South-eastern 
Africa, 1882, 236, 349; on the 
Columbid;c of the Ethiopian Region, 

1883, 258; list of the birds collected 
by the late Mr. W. A. Forbes in the 
Niger Region, 1883, 538; on new 
species of African birds, 1884, 45; 
1893, 118; list of African birds, 

1884, 123; review of the species of 
the family ColiidjE, 1885, 307 ; on 
Mr. E. Lort Phillips's collection of 
birds from Somaliland, 1885, 389; 
a review of the species of the family 
Ploceid* of the Ethiopian Region, 
Part I. Viduin.-e, 1886, 301 ; Part II. 
Ploceina;, 1887, 1; description of a 
rare species of Plover from the 
Cameroons coast, 1887, 417; on the 
Ilornbills of the Etliiopian Region, 
J 888, 47; list of birds collected by 



119 



Jlr. F. J. Jackson, in Eastern AlVica, 

1888, 287; on some new genera and 
species of tlie family Capitonidfe, 

1889, 475: on a coUeelion of birds 
made by tlie late Mr. J. S. Jameson 
on the Ariiwhimi River, Upper 
Congo, 1890, 15() ; first, second, and 
third lists of birds collected by 
Mr. Alexander Wliyte in Nyasaland, 
1893, 1 ; 1S94, 1, 4l)l ; exliibilion of 
a series of birds from Nyasaland, 

1893, 120: exhibition of some speci- 
mens of African birds and desoription.s 
of PiBuptera kenricki and Artaniia 
comorensis, 1894, 434; proposal of 
Enneoctonus reichenovi asan emended 
title for Lanius aflinis, 1894, 4o4 ; 
remarks on Malaconotus ]jolio- 
cephalus, 1894,434; creation of the 
genus Boeagia for the reception of 
Telepbonus ancbieta^aud T. niinutus, 

1894, 434. 

Shelley, G. E., and Buckley T. E., on 
bird- collecting on tlie Gold Coast, 
1872, 281; 1873,484. 

, and Sclater, P. L , Oatal giie of 

the Birds in the British Museum, 
vol. XIX., noticed 1891, 4<)1. 

Shepherd, C. AV., ' North-we.st Pen- 
insula of Iceland,' noticed 1867, 239. 

Sherborn, C J)., on the dates of issue 
of Jardine and Selby's ' Illustrations 
of Ornithology,' 1894, 326. 

' Sherwood Forest,' Sterland's ' Birds of,' 
noticed 1870, 123. 

Shetlands: Saxby's ' Birds of Shetland,' 
noticed 1874,448; on Icterus balti- 
more in the, 1891, 152; on the Great 
Skua in the, noticed 1893, 12'.); 
notes on the nesting of some birds of 
the, 1893, 350 ; contributions to the 
fauna of the Shetland Isles, noticed 
1893, 456. 

Shiant Islands, on bird-life of the, 
noticed 1880, 475. 

Shoa, on birds of, noticed 1885, 232; 
1886, 151 ; 1888, 484, 487 ; 1889, 130. 

Shoe-bill, on the osteohigy of the, 1862, 
78. 

Shore-lark, on the East Asiatic, 1884, 
184. 

' Shore Shooting,' Ilarting's ' Hints on,' 
noticed 1872, 185, 4.33. 

Shoulder-girdle in tlie Vertcbrata, 
Parker on the, 1868. 474. 

Shrikes, on the nestc^f tiie Asli-colonred 
.species of, 1859, .330; on the Ilufous- 
tailed, 1867, 211; from Central 
Asia. 1894, 378, 384. 

Shufeldt, R. W., on the osteology of the 
Kortli-Amorican Tetraonid:r, noticed 



1882, 340: on the osteology of La- 
nius, noticed 1882, 341 ; on the 
osteology of Speotyto and Eremo- 
phila, noticed 1881, li()4 : contri- 
butions to the anatomy of birds, 
noticed 1883, 220; on the osteology 
of Cinclus americanus, noticed 1883, 
220 ; on the osteology of Podasocy.s 
niontanus, noticed 1884, 213; on the 
forms of the patella in birds, noticed 
1885, 116; on the coloration in 
life of the naked skin-tracts on the 
head of GeocO'-eyx californicus, i<S85, 
325 ; on the osteology of Numenius 
longirostris and other Limicoht;, 
noticed 1885, 325; on the skeleton of 
Geococcyx, noticed 1S86, 376; on 
the osteology of Conurus carolincnsis, 
noticed 1887, 114; observations upon 
the habits of Micropus melanoleucus, 
with critical notes on its plumage 
and external characters, 1887, 151 ; 
on injuries to the beak of birds, 
noticed 1887, 254 ; list of papers of, 
noticed 1887,468; on the skulls of 
Turkeys, noticed 1888, 141 ; on 
birds' muscles useful in classification, 
noticed 1888. 281 ; on birds" sterna 
and skulls, noticed 1888, ,370 ; on the 
skeleton of Sturnella and osteological 
notes on other Icterida; and tlie Cor- 
vidte, noticed 1889, 131 ; on the 
osteology of Porzana Carolina, noticed 
1889, 131 ; on the osteology of Arctic 
and Subarctic Water-birds, noticed 

1889, 252, 31)3, 568 ; 1890, 260, 381, 
460; 1891,141,287; 1892,343; on 
the morphology of Gallus bankiva, 
noticed 1889, 252; on the afilnities 
of Aphriza virgata, noticed 1889, 
393 ; on the osteology of N. American 
Anseres, noticed 1889, 568; on the 
osteology of the Tubinares and Ste- 
ganopodes, noticed 1890, 120 ; on the 
osteology of the Ardeina;, noticed 

1890, 120; letter on the use of the 
terminal claw in young birds, 1890, 
128; studies of the Macrochires, 
noticed 1890, 260; osteological 
studies of the Ardeime, noticed 189c, 
261 ; on progress in Avian anatomy, 
noticed 1890, 381; on the anatomy 
of Speotyto, noticed 1890, 4.58; on 
comparative osteology of the families 
of North-American Passercs, noticed 
1890, 458; on the position of 
ChanaKa in the system, noticed 1890, 
459 ; ' Myology of the Raven,' 
noticed 1891, 141 ; on some com- 
parative Osteological notes on the 
North-American Kites, 1891, 228; 



120 



on (lie classification of the Pigeons, 
noticed 1892, 177; on Tertiary 
fossils of North-American birds, 
noticed 1892, 3^3; on the taxonomy 
of North-American Fygopodes, no- 
ticed 1892, 462 ; on fossil birds from 
Oregon, noticed 1892, 574; com- 
parative notes on the Swifts and 
Humming-birds, 1893,84; on fossil 
birds of the Oregon Desert, noticed 
1893, 270 ; on the mechanism of the 
upper mandible in the ScolopacidiB, 
1893,553; on the systematic position 
of the Ghionididffi, noticed 1893, 
589 ; notes on Ichthyornis, noticed 

1893, 590; on the taxonomy of the 
Fwifts and Humming-birds, 1894, 
82 ; on a hybrid Grrouse, noticed 

1894, 135; on cases of complete 
fibulie in existing birds, 1894, 
3('.l. 

Siuifeldt. E. W., Jun , obituarial notice 
of, 1893, 164- 

Shultze, E. J., and Jones, G. E., 
' Illustrations of the Nests and Eggs 
of the Birds of Ohio,' noticed 1880, 
476. 

Siara, arrival of M. Mouhot in, 1859, 
114; on the birds of, 1864,246; on 
a Gariuhix from, 1867, 381. 

Siao, on Platen's birds from, noticed 
1891,274. 

Siberia, on Radde's travels in the South 
of Eastern, noticed 1866, 118; 
MiddendoriF on bird-life in, noticed 
1870, 274; on the species of Nu- 
meuius of East, noticed 1872, 463; 
on the Buzzards of East, noticed 
1873, 488; on the Warblers of, 
noticed 1873, 460; on the birds of 
Western, noticed 1877, 48; 1880, 
473 ; on collections from, noticed 
1877. 486; on the ornithology of, 
iiJ-78, 173, 322; 1879,1, 147; 1880, 
179; 1882, 419; 1883, 97; 1888, 
277 ; Finsch's Journey to Western, 
noticed 1880, 242; Seebohm's ' Si- 
beria in Europe,' noticed 1881, 285; 
on a supposed new species of Wood- 
pecker from, 1881, 398; on birds 
from Eastern, noticed 1871, 444; 
1872, 463; 1873, 488; 1883, 97; 
1892, 463; Seebohm's 'Siberia in 
Asia,' noticed 1883, 113; on the Blue 
Magpies of, 1883, 233 ; on the Bull- 
finches of, 1887, 100. 
Sibree, J., Jun., on birds of Mada- 
gascar, and their connection with 
native Folk-lore, Proverbs, and Su- 
perstitions, 1891, 194, 416, 557; 
1892, 261. 



Sicily, on the avifauna of, noticed 1871, 
4.54; 1872, 422; 1873, 444; on the 
extinction of the Francolin in, 1872, 
80 ; on the vertebi'ate fauna of, 
noticed 1873,444. 

Siemiradzski, M., news of, in Ecuador, 
1884, 359. 

Sierra del Taiidil, on birds of the, 
noticed 1884, 342. 

Sight, on the bird's, noticed 1873, 466. 

Sikkim, on the birds of, 1869, 154. 

Silver, S. W., ' List of New Zealand 
birds,' noticed 1889, 244. 

Simla, on birds observed during a 
march to Mussoorie from, 1868, 
190. 

Simorhynchus, on the generic term, 
1886,211. 

Simpson, W. H., on the discovery of 
some nests of the Black Woopecker in 
Sweden, 1859,264; news of, in Greece, 
i860. 202 ; ornithological notes from 
Mesolonghi ard Southern ^tolia, 
i86o, 279; on the nesting of Aquila 
imperialis and Falco sacer, i860, 375 ; 
further observations on some of the 
birds of Western Greece, i860, 378 ; 
a fortnight in the Dobrudscha, 1861, 
361. 

Simpson (Fort), on summer migrants. 

at, 1892, 188. 
Simson, F. B., notes on birds found ia 
Eastern Be>igal, 1882, 84; notes on 
the Pink- headed Duck (Anas caryo- 
phyllacea), 1884, 271. 
Sinai, on the birds of, 1870, 1 ; 1894, 
307 ; report of the Ordnance Survey 
of, 1873, 429 ; on the avifauna of the 
desert of, 1874, 107; 1883, 124; 
Hart's ' Fauna and Flora of,' noticed 
1 89 1, 452. 
Sind, nee Scinde. 
Siphia, description of a new species of, 

1 89 1, 45. 

Sitta, see Nuthatch. 

Sittasomus, notes on the genus, noticed 

1892, 4.57. 

Siwalik birds, Lydekker on, noticed 
1885, 107, 

Skeat, W. W., note on the meaning of 
the name of the Grey Lag Goose, 
1870, 301. 

Skeletons, on the method of preparing, 
1859, 35; on the skeleton of Alca 
impennis, 1865.336; of Didine birds 
1868, 362; on a nearly perfect skele- 
ton of the Moa, noticed 1871,426; 
on the skeleton of Casuariusaustralis, 
noticed 1872, 426; of Todus, noticed 
1873,470; of Stringops and Nestor, 
1S82, 463; of Notornis mantelli, 



121 



nciticed 1S83, 107; on iiieasuriug 
birds', noticed 1886, '665 ; Meyer's 
' Abbilduiigen tou Vogel-Sklfletteii,' 
noticed 1886, 372 ; 1890,076: 1891, 
133: 1894,126. See afco Slmfeldt, R. 
W. 
Skellig Rocks, on a Tisit to the, 1891, 1. 
Skua, on the North-American species of, 
noticed 1864, 127 ; on the sv\imming 
of the, 1866, 127, 220: note on the 
Great, 1891, -161 ; on the Great, in 
Unst, 1 89 1, ()33 ; on the Great, in 
Shetland, noticed 1893, 129; on the 
persecution of the Great, noticed 
1894, 437. 

Skulls, on the bones of birds', noticed 
1871, 449; 1872, 442; of the Com- 
mon Fowl, noticed 1871, 456 ; on 
the bonj protuberances in certain 
birds', noticed 1873, 468; of Turkeys, 
noticed 1888, 141 ; of birds, noticed 
1888,370. 

Skye, on the birds of, noticed 1887, 250. 

Slater, H. H.. notes on a collection of 
birds made on the Yang-tse-kiang, 
1882, 431 ; 1883, 1£0; on an ermr in 
bis paper on the birds of the Yang- 
tse-kiang, 1883, 224 ; on two new 
birds from Borneo, 1885, 121 ; letter 
from, projjosing the specific name 
sarawacensis (or Pariis cinerascens, 
1885, 327; on some birds from 
South-eastern China, with descrip- 
tions of two new species, 1891, 41 ; 
notes on the birds of the vicinity of 
Foochow, 1894, 21.3. 

, and Carter, T., notes from 

Northern Iceland in tlie sunnuer of 
1885, 1886,4.5. 

Slavonia, sec Sclavonia. 

Smart, G., 'Birds on the British List,' 
noticed 1887, 115. 

Smew, on the breeding of the, 1859, 69. 

Smith, Sir A., death of, 1872, 474; 
reprint of his Miscellaneous Ornitho- 
logical Papers, noticed 1881, 168. 

Smith, A. C, on peculiarities of the 
Cuckoo, 1867, 374; letter on the 
coloration of Cuckoos' eggs, 1867, 
469 ; Sketch of the Birds of Portugal, 
1868, 428; 'Nile and its Banks,' 
noticed 1869, 111; 'Spring Tour 
in Portugal,' noticed 18-0, 266; 1871, 
473 ; ' The Birds of Wiltshire,' ncjticed 
1888, 370; on the occurrence of the 
Great Bustard in Wilts, noticed 1892, 
574. 

Smith, C, ' The Birds of Somersetshire,' 
noticed 1870. 124 ; ' Birds of Guernsey 
;md the neighbouring Islands,' no- 
ticed 1879, 478. 



Smitli, H. II., news of, in St. Vincent, 
W.I., 1S89, 403 ; on birds from 
Chapada, noticed 1892,165; 1804, 
122. 

Smith, H. M., on the disappearance of 
Spiza americana from Columbia, no- 
ticed, 1891, 288. 

Smith, W. W., on Hieracidea novas- 
zealandiiB and H. brunnea, noticed 
1885, IK); on the supposed occur- 
rence of Strix parvissima in New 
Zealand, 1890, 24 ; on the birds of 
Lake Brunner District, noticed 1890, 
2()1 ; letter on Eudyptes paehy- 
rhynchus wandering inland," 1890, 
462 ; notes on certain species of New 
Zealand birds, 1893, ^''69. 

Smith Sound, list of birds observed in, 
1877,401. 

Smithsonian Institution, Reports of the, 
noticed 1859, 461 ; 1872, 461 ; 1885, 
233; 1886, 201 ; on the Dendio- 
colaptidiB in the, noticed 1S72, 455. 

Smyrna, on new birds from. 1S64, 401. 

Snares Island, on the birds of, 1888, 
307 ; on a new species of Sphenceacus 
from, 1894, 622. 

Snaring Birds of Paradi.se in New 
Guinea, 1893, ■i63. 

Snelleirian, J. F., on the birds of Veth's 
' Midden-Sumatra,' noticed 1886, 
522. 

Snipe, ITarting on Sabine's, noticed 
1872,434. 

Snow-Bunting, on the nesting of the, 
in Banffshire, 1893, 569,593; 1894, 
117, 136. 

Socorro, Mexico, on the natural history 
of, noticed 1872, 4^W ; 1873, 454. 

Socotra, on an expedition to, 1878, 
492; 1880, 2.50; on birds obtained 
by Prof. I. B. Balfour during hia 
expedition to, 1880, 380: announce- 
ment of a report on the birds collected 
by Prof Balfour in, 1881, 179. 

Solitaire, on .skeletons of the, 1868, 
362; Owen on the, noticed 1868, 
469 ; on the osteology of the, noticed 
1873, 472. 

Solomon Islands, on birds of the, 1871, 
440; 1879, 437; 1880, 126, 246; 
1882, 1.'53, 172, 339, 344, 465,472, 
603; 1883, 219; 1894, 28; Contri- 
butions to the Zoology of the, noticed 
1880, 138; 1882, 173; 1883, 108; 
on a collecting trip in the, 1880, 290; 
on a Halcyon from the, 1882, 609 ; 
Woodford's ' Naturalist among the 
Head-hunters,' noticed 1890, 382; 
on birds from Bugotu and Florida, 
1892, 2'.)3. 



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Somaliland, on the birds of, i860, 243; 

1883, 106; 1894, 564; on the birds 
collected by G. Revoil in, noticed 

1884, 107; 1887, 113; on Mr. E. 
Lort Phillips's collection of birds 
from, 1885, 389; on the Crow of, 
1891, 628; 1894, 327. 

Sombrero, on the birds of, 1865, 106. 

Somersetshire, Smith's ' Birds of,' 
noticed 1870, 124; on the Black 
Redstart in, 1885, 237; on Pallas's 
Sand-Grouse in, 1888, 377 ; Mathew's 
'Birds of Somerset,' noticed 1894, 
439. 

Sommerfelt, C, list of the birds of 
East Finmark, 1865, 104. 

Song-Sparrows, on the S^uth-Americau, 
1877,46. 

Sooloo Islands, on Platen's birds from 
the, 1 89 1, 128. 

Souanc^, C. de, and Bonaparte, C. L., 
' Iconographie des Perroquets ' and 
' Iconographie des Pigeons,' noticed 
1859, 105. 

Sousa, J. A. de, on the birds of Por- 
tugal, 1863, 227 ; on Bucorax 
pjrrhops, noticed 1885, 116 ; on 
birds collected by Srs. Capello and 
Ivens in Africa, noticed 1886, 522; 
1887, 255 ; list of birds collected by 
Serpa Pinto, noticed 1886, 523; on 
the birds of Angola, noticed 1887, 
265; 1888, 371 ; 1889, 132, 569; 
1890, 120; on the birds of Dahomey, 
noticed 1887, 468; on the birds of 
Mozambique, noticed 1888, 142; on 
the birds of the Ilha do Principe, 
noticed 1888, 142; catalogue of the 
birds of the Island of St. Thoma.s, 
noticed 1888, 490; on the birds of 
Huilla (Angola), noticed 1889, 569; 
death of, 1890, 267, 

, and Barboza du Bocage, J. V., 

list of birds in the Lisbon Museum, 
1870,134. 

Southern Ocean, on the birds of the, 
1865, 276. 

Southwell, T., on the flight of birds, 
noticed i87i,473; on tlie ornitho- 
logical Archeology of Norfolk, noticed 
1872, 461 ; letter on PufRnus major 
and P. griseus, 1883, 228; 'The 
Birds of Norfolk,' noticed 1891, 
288. 

Spain, on the Singing-birds of, 1859, 
107; on the Ornithology of, 1865, 
166; 1866, 173, 377; 1869, 391 ; 
1884, 66; 1886, 521 ; on Aquila 
nsevioides in, 1865, 359; ornitho- 
logical rambles in, 1S69, 170; on the 
birds of Souihern, 1871, 54, 205, 



384; 1872, 199, 452; 1873, 96; 
1878, 189; on the Natural History 
of a tour in, noticed 1872, 432; on 
tlie rapacious birds of, noticed 1873, 
436 ; on the Blue Mag]3ies of, 1883, 
233; winter notes in, 1888, 444; 
Chapman and Buck's ' Wild Spain,' 
noticed 1893, 453 ; letter on examples 
of Perdix cinerea from, 1894, 
575. 

Sparrmau, A., ' Museum Carlsonia- 
nuni,' Sundevall's critiqiie on, 1859, 
324. 

Species, Darwin's ' Origin of,' noticed 
i860, 88; Mivart's 'Genesis of,' 
noticed 1872, 443. 

SpeciUc names, on substantives as, 1879, 
118. 

Speke, J. H., on birds collected in the 
Somali country, Eastern Africa, 
i860, 243. 

Spelmau, W. W., catalogue of birds 
shot in Norfolk and Suffolk, noticed 
1891, 142. 

Spence, J. M, 'Land of Bolivar,' no- 
ticed 1878,192. 

Speotyto, on the osteology of, noticed 
1881, 604; on the anatomy of, 
noticed 1890, 458. 

Si^erling, R. M., on the ornithology of 
the iMediterranean, 1864,2(18; Orni- 
thological notes from the Ethiopian 
Region, 1868, 282; notes on Alba- 
trosses and the Rhea, 1872, 74 ; notice 
of the death of, 1874, 465. 

Spermopliila, on the genus, 1871, 1 ; 
1872, 454 ; on new species of, noticed 
1883,-571. 

Spev Valley, on the birds of the, no- 
ticed, 1 89 1, 448. 

Spezia, on the birds of, noticed 1888, 
134, 3(>3; 1889, 561. 

Splieniscidse, see Penguin. 

Spheniscus. on the osteology of, noticed 
1885, 104. 

Spilornis, on the Oeylonese, 1874, 181 ; 
on a new species of, frcjm Borneo, 

1893, 552, 569. 

Spitsbergen, on the birds of Western, 
1859, I'^'M on thebirdsof, 1865, 199, 
227,496,534; 1868, '229; 1869,229; 
1872,435; 1875, 272; on the occur- 
rence of Upiipa epops on, 1870, 539; 
on the Lagopus of, 1871, 249; on a 
breeding colony of Larus eburiieus on, 
1888, 440; on the genus Lagopus on, 

1894, 122. 

Spizella, on a new species of, 1865, 

117. 
Spodiopsar, on the new genus, 1SS9, 

580. 



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Spoonbill, on t!ie structure of the bill of 
the, noticed 1873, ^^-^ ', on the nesting 
of the, 1877, 412; 1881, 28<> ; 1883, 
376; in Amsterdam, 1887, 3()4 ; in 
Holland, 1887, 364; 1892. 468; 
on the genus Platalea, 1889, 32, 
2aS. 

'Sporting Days,' Colquhoun's, noticed 
1867,239. 

' Sporting Magazine,' noticed i860, 
93 

Spry, W. J. J., ' The Cruise of H.M.S. 
Challenger,' notii-ed 1877, 374. 

Spurs on the birds wings, 1886, 147, 
300: 1893, 144. 

Stack, J. W., observations on Ha.ist's 
paper on Moas and Moa-huuting, 
noticed 1872, 461. 

Stafford Collection of British Birds, note 
on tlie, 1892, 577. 

Stamptli, F. X., on the birds collected 
in Liberia by, noticed 1887, 247; i888, 
482. 

' Standard Natural History,' Kingsley's, 
noticed 1886, 368. 

Standard-wing, note on Wallace's, i860, 
26. 

Starlings, catalogue of the, in the Brit- 
ish Museum, noticed 1890, 456. 

Stearns, W. A., notes on the Natural 
History of the Labrador Coast, noticed 
1884, 111. 

, and Coues, E., ' New-England 

Bird-Life,' noticed 1882, 313; 1883, 
573. 

Steatornis, notes on, 1870, 522; 1873, 
81 ; 1 88 1, 604. 

Steenstrup, J. J. S., on the habits of 
FringiUa carduelis, 1866, 212; on 
Alca impennis, 1868, 341 ; on the 
bone-caves of Southern Europe, no- 
ticed 1873, ■l^^- 

Steere, J. B , ' List of the Mammals and 
Birds of Ann Arbor,' noticed 1881, 
168 ; news of, in the Philippines, 
1888, 285; ornithological results of 
an Expedition to the Philippine 
Islands in 1887 and 1888, 1891,301 ; 
on the distribution of genera and 
species of non-migratory laud-birds in 
the Philippines, 1894, 411. 

Steganopodes, on the osteology of the, 
noticed 1890, 120. 

Stein, P., on an egg of a Common Fowl 
within another, noticed 1871, 473. 

Steinen, Von den, on the International 
Polar Connnission, 1882-8.3 ; on the 
Birds of South Georgia, noticed 189 1, 
463. 

Stejnegcr, L., paper on Myiadestes, no- 
tictd 1882, 468; ou ivo new races of 



Myiadectes obscurus, noticed 1S83, 
115; synopsis of the West-Indian 
MyiadectiB, noticed 1883, 115; on 
some generic and specific appellations 
of North-American and European 
Birds, noticed 1883, 116; monograph 
of the Cygninse, noticed 1883, 117; 
news of, from Behring Sea, 1883, 129 ; 
on the systematic arrangement of the 
American Turdidse, noticed 1883, 383; 
ou the birds collected in the Com- 
mander Islands and Petropaulovsky 
by, noticed 1884, 108; 1885, 112; 
on birds from Kamtschatka and the 
Commander Islands, noticed 1884, 
346; 1886, 201 ; on tlie shedding of 
claws in the Ptarmigan and allied 
bird's, 1885, 50; contributions to ihe 
Natural History of the Commander 
Islands, nnticedi 88 5, 116 ; 1888, 281 ; 
1890, 382; on the genus Cepphus, 
noticed 1885, 117; on the use of 
trinomials in American Ornithology, 
noticed 1885, 233; on Lanius ro- 
bustus, noticed 1885, 451 ; on Passer 
saturatus, noticed 1885, 452; letter 
on the review of his paper on Orni- 
thological Explorations in Kamts- 
chatka, 1886, 381 ; review of Japan- 
ese Birds, Part I. Woodpeckers, 
noticed 1887, 117 ; Part II. Tits and 
Nuthatches, and Part III. Rails, 
Gallinules, and Coots, noticed 1887, 
359 ; Part IV. Synopsis of the genus 
Turdus, and Part V. Ibises, Storks, 
and Herons, noticed 1888, 142 ; Part 
VII. The Creepers of Japan, noticed 
1889,132; Part VIII. The Nutcracker 
of Japan, noticed i860, 121 ; Part IX. 
The Wrens of Japan, noticed 1890, 
121 ; on the British Marsh-Tit, no- 
ticed 1887, 118; description of Rallus 
jouyi, noticed 1887, 358; on the 
genus Pardalotus, noticed 1887, 358; 
on Synthliborhainphus wumizusume, 
noticed 1887, 359; on Turdus alpes- 
tris and T. torquatus, noticed 1887, 
359 ; on the birds of the Liu Kiu 
Islands, noticed 1887, 360; on Bra- 
chyrhamphus pordix, noticed 1887, 
468; on the birds of Kauai Island, 
Hawaii, noticed 1888, 143; on Palfe- 
arctic Bullfinches, noticed 1888, 144 ; 
on lanthoenas jouyi, noticed 1888, 
144 ; ' Pars propatagialis musculi 
cucullaris,' noticed 1888, 281; on a 
new Thrush (Turdus cela;nops) from 
Japan, noticed 18S8, 281 ; on the 
birds of Idzu, Japan, noticed 1889, 
132; notes on European Marsh-Tits, 
noticed 1889, 252; further contri- 



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butions to Lbe Hawaiian avifauna, 
noticed 1889, 253 ; notes on European 
Crested Titmice, noticed 1889, 253; 
letter on Mr. Grant's paper on Plata- 
lea, 1889, 258; on a Kamtschatkan 
Woodpecker (Picoides albidior), no- 
ticed 1889, 393; on Knudsen's col- 
lection of birds from Kauai, Hawaiian 
Islands, noticed 1890, 4(50 ; notes on 
Japanese birds in the Imperial Uni- 
versity, Tokyo, Japan, noticed 1892, 
462; 1894, 316; on the cubital 
coverts in the Paradise- and Bower- 
oirds, noticed 1892, 463 ; on an 
addition to the Japanese avifauna, 
noticed 1893, 272 ; on a collection of 
birds from the Island of Yezo, Jai)an, 
noticed 1893, 272. 

Stejneger, L., and Lucas, F. A., con- 
tributions to the natural history of 
the Commander Islands ; on Pallas's 
Cormorant, noticed 1890, 382. 

Stempelmann, H., and Schulz, F., on 
the birds of Cordoba, noticed 1892, 
178. 

Sterland, W. J., 'Birds of Sherwood 
Forest, noticed 1870, 123. 

Sterna, see Terns. 

Sternum, Dieck's ' De Sterno Avium,' 
1867,246; in the Vertebrata, 1868, 
474 ; in birds, 1870, 271 ; 1885, 2-'3, 
462; 1888, 370; of Opisthocomus 
cristatus, noticed 1892, 565. 

Stevenson, H., letters on the occurrence 
of rare birds in Norfolk, 1862, 89, 
189. 303 ; 1863, 235 ; ' Birds of Nor- 
folk,' noticed 1866, 425; 1867,288; 
1871, 252,473; 1891, 288; on the 
Meres of Wretham Heath, noticed 
1 87 1, 473; miscellaneous notes and 
observations on ornithology, noticed 

1 87 1, 473; on the abundance of 
Little Gulls on the Norfolk coast 
in 1869-7t), noticed 1872, 461; on 
pellets thrown up by Rooks, noticed 

1872, 461 ; on the abundance of 
Quails, noticed 1872,46!; letter onthe 
red colouring of Gypiietus, 1876, 276 ; 
onthePomatorhineSkua(Stercorariu8 
pomatorhinus), noticed 1 8 8 1 , 1 68 ; on 
the occurrence of Putfinus obscurus 
in Norfolk, noticed 1883, 674; death 
of, 1888, 498. 

, and Southwell, T., ' Birds of 

Norfolk,' vol. iii., noticed 1891, 288. 

Stewart Island, on the Kiwi of, noticed 
1893,127. 

Slieda, L., on the Bursa Fabricii, no- 
ticed 1 88 1, 168. 

Stirlingshire, on the breeding of Parus 
palustris in, noticed 1886, 82. 



Stockholm, ' Oversigt ' of the Royal 
Swedish Academy, noticed i860, 191. 

Stoliczka, F., on his collection of Hima- 
layan birds, 1866, 412; on his 
collection of Thibetan and Himalayan 
birds, 1868, 302 ; on his ' Ob.servations 
in the Sutlej valley,' 1869, 208; a 
contribution to Malayan Ornithology, 
noticed 1871, 474; on the mammals 
and birds inhabiting Kachh, noticed 

1873, 485; notice of the death of, 

1874, 470 ; on the birds collected on 
the Second Yarkand Mission by, 
noticed 1892, 341. 

Stoiker, C, on the breeding of Oryz- 
ornis oryzivora in captivity, noticed 
1871,473; 1873, 485; ornithological 
notes, noticed 1871, 474; on abnor- 
malities in his bird collection, noticed 
1871, 474 ; ' Bibliographia Ornito- 
logica Helvetia,' noticed 1871, 474; 
on the diseases of birds, noticed 1873. 
485; on the birds of St. Gallen and 
Appenzell, noticed 1873,486; on the 
piotection of birds, noticed 1873,486; 
death of, 1879, 1-3. 

Stolzmann, J., news of, from Peru, 
1881, 497 ; observations on Steatornis 
caripensis, noticed 1881, 604; news 
of, from Ecuador, 1883, 129; 1884, 
359 ; contribution to the oi-nithology 
of Transcaspia, noticed 1893, 4(52. 

, and Berlepsch, H., description of 

a new species of Grebe from Central 
Peru, 1894, 109; descriptions de 
quelques especes nouvelles d'oiseaux 
du Perou central, 1894, 385. 

, and Taczanovpski, L., on Loddi- 

gesia mirabilis, noticed 1882, 184. 

Stone, J., on Lady Amherst's pheasant, 
noticed 1873, 486. 

Stone, O. C, ' A few Months in New 
Guinea,' noticed 1882, 343. 

Stone, W., catalogue of Owls in the 
Philadelphia Academy of Sciences, 
noticed 1891, 142; on birds collected 
in Yucatan and Southern Mexico, 
noticed 1891, 288; on tiie genus 
Psilorhinus, noticed 1891, 463; re- 
vision of the species of Molotlirus, 
noticed 1892, 344; on the birds of 
West Greenland, noticed 1893,149; 
revision of the genus Anous, noticed 
1894, 5(57. 

Stonyhurst District, on the birds of the, 
noticed 1889, 119. 

Storks, review of the Japanese, noticed 
1888, 142. 

Storms, E., on the birds collected at 
Lake Tanganyika bv, r.oticed 1887, 
105, 109. 



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Straits Settlements, ornithological notes 
made in the, i88i,362, 501 ; 1882, 1, 
185. 

Straiieli, A., on tlie Zoologicill Museum 
of St. Petersburg, noticed 1889, 569. 

'Stray Feathers,' notes on, 1873, 211; 
1877,48?; noticed 1877,374; 1879, 
101; 1882, 344, 602; 1887, 125; 
1889, 262. 

Streets, T. H., remarks on Huxley's 
' Ckusification of Eirds,' noticed 187 i, 
474 ; on a new Moorhen from the 
Hawaiian Islands, 1877, 25 ; on the 
natural history of the Fanning Is- 
lands, noticed 1877, 241 ; on the 
natural history of the Hawaiian 
and Fanning Islands and Lower 
California, noticed 1878, 375. 

Streptocitta, on some species of, 1880, 
249, 373. 

Strickland, A., and Strickland, H. E., 
on the collections of, 1867, 383. 

Strickland, H. E., on a supposed new 
British Goose (Anser paludosus), 
1859, 199. 

Strickland Collection, note on the, 1869, 
320 ; Salvin's ' Catalogue of the,' 
noticed 1882, ()07. 

Striges, see Owls. 

Stringops, on the skeleton of, noticed 
1882, 463; paper on, noticed 1890, 
373. 

Strix, on the genus, 1875, 324. 

Struthious hirds in the Zoological Gar- 
dens, 1859, 115; i860, 310. 

Studer, T., on birds collected during 
the Tovage of the ' Gazelle,' noticed 
1 89 1, 289. 

, and Fatio, V., catalogue of the 

birds of Switzerland, noticed 1889, 
394; 1894, 435. 

Stuhlmann, F., Emin Pasha's last 
journey, noticed 1894, 445; in Ba- 
gamoyo, 1894, 454. 

Sturge, J. E., death of, 1880, 254. 

Sturge, W., and Evans, E., notes on the 
birds of Western Spitzbergen, 1859, 
166. 

Sturnella, on the skeleton of, noticed 
1889, 131. 

Sturniforuies, Catalogue of the, in the 
British Museum, noticed 1890, 456. 

Sluttgardt, report of the German Orni- 
thological Society's meeting at, 1862, 
82; on ornithology at, 1894, 106. 

Siyan, F. W., on a new species of 
Trochalopteron from China, 1887, 
166 ; on a collection of birds from 
Foochow, 1887, 215 ; some notes on, 
and additions to, tlie Chinese avi- 
fauna, 1889, 443; on the birds of the 



Lower Yangtse Basin, Parti., 1891, 
316; Part ii., 1891, 481; on fi\e 
apparently new species of birds from 
Hainan, 1893, 54; exhibition of the 
types of Hainan birds collected by, 
1893, 251 ; on the birds of Hainan, 
1893, 424 ; letter on two new spec'e.s 
of birds from Formosa, 1893, 469; 
exhibition of a new species of Bulbul 
from Formosa, 1894, 120; notes on 
tlie ornithology of China, 1894,329. 

Styria, on the occurrence of Anassponsa 
in. noticed 1885, 326. 

Sua kin, on the birds obtained by Capt. 
Penton near, 1894, 118. 

Suchetet, A., on hybrids bred in a wild 
state, noticed 1892, 344; 1893, 149 

Suckley, Dr., on a new American 
Grouse, 1862, 187. 

Suftolk, catalogue of birds shot in, no- 
ticed 1 89 1, 142. 

Suif'un District, on a collection of birds 
from, noticed 1882, 165. 

Sula Sgeir, on the birds of the Islands 
of, noticed 1884, 347. 

Sulu Archipelago, on birds from the 
1886, 151; 1894,238; on new birds 
from the, 189.^, 121; map of the, 
1894.239. 

Sulymah Eiver, on the birds of the, 
noticed 1893, 128. 

Sumatra, on the Hornbills of, i860, 
191 ; on the birds of, 1877, 283; 
1879, 353, 480 ; 1882, 51 ; 1883, 
235 ; 1887, 467; 1892, 459 ; on 
Scops lempiji in, 1879, 470; i88o, 
217 ; on pet birds in, 1882, 475 ; 
on the birds of Veth's ' Midden- 
Sumatra,' noticed 1886, 522; on the 
birds of Padang, 1887, 248; descrip- 
tion of Pisorhina sol(jkensis from, 
1893,441. 

Sumba, on birds from the Island of, 
noticed 1893, 129, 141. 

Sumichrast, A. L. J. F., on the birds of 
Vera Cruz, 1870, 278 ; death of, 1883, 
584. 

Sun-birds, on Indian and Australian 
species of, 1870, 18 ; letter on certain 
species of 1870, 296 ; Shelley's ' Mo- 
nograph of the,' announced 1877, 124, 
noticed 1880, 142. 

Suiidevall, C. J., critique on Sparrman's 
' Museum Carlson ianu 111 ' and Le Vail- 
lani's 'Oiseaux d'Afriquo,' 1859, 324; 
'Svenska Foglarna,' noticed 1859 
324; 1861, 109; 1862, 182 ; 1865, 
104, 534 ; 1870, 515; 1872, 461 ; 
on Aristotelian Zoology, 1863, 226 ; 
1864, 402 ; ' Conspectus Avium 
Picinarum,' noticed 1866, 415 ; 



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on the birds of St. Bartholomew 
Island, noticed 1871, 475; on the 
birds of Porto Rico, noticed 1871, 
475; on the genus Dendrceca, noticed 
1871,475; on the genus Certhiola, 
noticed 1871, 476 ; on birds from the 
Galapagos Islands, noticed 1 872, 4(52 ; 
' Methodi naturalis Avium disponend- 
arum Tentamen,' noticed 1873, 322, 
486, translation by Kicholson, 
noticed 1890, 251; death of, 1875, 
424; on the Wingsof Birds, translated 
from the Swedish by W. S. Dallas, 
1886, 389; on his account of the 
number of secondaries of birds, 1887, 
286. 

Surnames taken from bii'ds, 1892, 459 ; 
1893, 159. 

Suru, on birds observed in, 1894, 367 ; 
1894,572. 

Sussex, Borrer's 'Birds of,' noticed 1891, 
445. 

Sutherland, notes on the birds of, 
noticed 1878, 474; Buckley and 
Harvie-Brown's ' Vertebrate Fauna of 
Sutherlaudshire,' noticed 1885, 224; 
Harvie-Brown and Buckley's 'Verte- 
brate Fauna of Sutherland,' an- 
nounced 1887, 123, noticed 1888, 
272. 

Suthora, on the Chinese species of, 
1894,338. 

Sutlej Valley, on Stoliczka's obber- 
vations in the, 1869, 208. 

Swallow, letter on the Booming, 1869, 
126 ; on Swallows and their nests, 
noticed 1871, 456, 459 ; of the Ethi- 
opian Region, noticed 1871, 471 ; 
on the early arrival of Swallows in 
Germany, noticed 1873, 469 ; on the 
species of the genus Progne, noticed 
1873, 481 ; Sharpe and Wyatt's 
' Monograph of the Swallows,' an- 
nounced 1885,340, noticed 1886, 96, 
201; 1889,392; 1891,287; 1894, 
315; and Cuckoo reared in the same 
nest, 1892, 524. 

Swan : on the Swans of India, noticed 
1873, 438; Stejneger's 'Monograph 
of the Cygninise,' noticed 1883, 117; 
on the discovery of a new extinct, 
1890, 264. 

Swann, H. K., ' The Birds of London,' 
noticed 1893, 590. 

Swalow, on the birds of, 1892, 400,477. 

Sweden, on nests of the Black V\'ood- 
pecker in, 1859, 264; Sundevall's 
' Svenska Foglarna,' noticed 1859, 
324; i86i,109; 1862, 182; 1865,104, 
534 ; 1870, 515 ; 1872, 461; review 
of Swedish Ornithological literature, 



1863, 467 ; Wheelwriglifs 'Ten Years 
in,' noticed 1865, 335; Lloyd's 'Game- 
birds and Wild Fowl of,' noticed 1867, 
372 ; on the occurrence of Phalaris 
jDsittacula in, 1869, 221 ; on collec- 
tions in, noticed 1886, 80. 
Swifts, on a new species of Spine-tailed, 

1863, 463; on new species of, noticed 
1885, 107, 317; 1 89 1, 454; 1894. 
132 ; Edible-bird's-nest Swifts in the 
Andaman Islands, 1892, 577; com- 
parative notes on Humming-birds 
and, 1893, 84, 365 ; taxonomy of 
Humming-birds and, 1894, 32. 

Swinburne, J., notes on the birds of the 
Islands of Sula Sgeir, noticed 1884, 
347. 

Swinburne, S., on Oceanic birds, noticed 
1887, 2.55. 

Swinhoe, C, on the birds of Southern 
Afghanistan, 1882, 95. 

, and Barnes, H., on the birds of 

Central India, jioticed 1885, 52, 
124. 

Swinhoe, Robert, on the ornithology of 
Amoy (China), i860, 45; papers on 
Chinese ornithology, i860, 89; on 
adfUtions and corrections to the orni- 
thology of Amoy, i860, 130; on the 
birds of Formosa, i860, 186; further 
corrections and additions to the 
ornithology of Amoy, with some 
remarks on the birds of Formosa, 
i860, 357; letter from, on Chinese 
birds, i860, 428; 1861, 408, 412; 
1862, 3(J4, 363; notes on the orni- 
thology of Hong Kong, Macao, and 
Canton, 1861, 23; notes on birds ob- 
served about Talien Bay (North 
China), 1861, 251 ; letter from, on the 
ornithology of Amoy and Foochow, 
1861, 2(i2 ; notes on ornithology, 
taken between Takoo and Peking, iu 
the neighbourhood of the Peiho River, 
province of Cheke, North China, from 
August to December 1860, i86i,323; 
on the North-China campaign, 1862, 
74; ornithological ramble in Foochow, 
1862,253; on additions and correc- 
tions to the ornithology of Northern 
China, 1863, 87; on the ornithology 
of Formosa or Taiwan, 1863, 198, 
250, 377 ; notes on the ornithology 
of Northern Japan, 1863, 442; ou 
four new species of Formosan birds, 
witli further notes, 1864, 361 ; letter 
from, describing voyage out to Ciiina, 

1864, 413; letters from, describing new 
Formosan birds, 1864, 424, 425, 427, 
428 ; a voice on ornithology from For- 
mosa, 1866, 129; ' Neau-Show,' 1866 



I'j: 



207 ; Ornithological notes from For- 
mosa, 1866, 292, 392; Jottings on 
birds from my Amoy Journal, 1S67, 
226, 3So ; Ornithological notes, from 
Amo}-, 1868, 52; letters on Chinese 
ornithology, 1865, 107, 108, 111, 230, 
346, 354, 538 ; 1866, 121 ; 1S73, 95 ; 
on the birds of Hainan, 1868, 353; 
1870,77,230,342; 1871,476; letter 
on Chinese birds mentioned b)- Dr. 
CoUingwood, 1869, 347; letter (mhis 
return from Cliina, 1869, 463 ; letter 
on a new species of Parus, 1870, 154 ; 
return of, to Ningpo, 1 871, 252; on 
the Pied Wagtails of China, noticed 
1871, 477; on a new species of 
Accentor from N. China, noticed 
1871,477; on new species of birds 
from the Yangtsze, noticed 1871, 477 ; 
on the Cliinese species of the genus 
yEgialitis, noticed 1871, 477; notes 
on a journey from Canton to Peking 
and Kalgan, noticed 1871, 477; on 
Mr. C. Collingwood's birds from the 
China and Japan seas, noticed 1871, 
478 ; descriptions of new birds from 
China, noticed 1871, 478; onaBarbet 
from the Himalayas, noticed 1871, 
478 ; visit to Ningpo, 1872, 206; 
on a new Chinese Gull, noticed 1872, 
462 ; revised catalogue of the birds 
of China, noticed 1872, 462 ; on four 
ii*^w Asiatic birds, noticed 1872, 462 ; 
description of Ardetta eurhythma, 
1873, 73; on a new speciesof Ketujja, 
1873, 129; letter on birds seen at 
Ceylon and during a voyage to China, 

1873, 227; on Ibis nippon, 1873, 
249; on Chinese ornithology, 1873, 
361 ; 18-4, 206; letter on Aangliai 
birds, chiefly Limicolse, 1S73, 423; 
descriptions of two new Pheasants 
and a new Garrulax from Ningpo, 
noticed 1873, 488; on birds from 
Hakodadi, 1874, 150; 1875, 447; 
18-6, 330; 1877, 144; letter on 
certain Chinese Syhiidie, 1874, 182; 
letter on Shangliai birds, 18-4, 182; 
ornithological notes made at Chefoo, 

1874, 422; 1875, 114; letter on 
Asiatic Pyrrhuhe, 1874, 463; letter 
on certain Japanese and Chinese birds, 

1875, 143, 145; letter on Turdus 
chrysopleurus, 1875, 519; letter on 
Porzana exquisita, 1876, .TO7 ; letter 
on Pycnonotus sinensis, 1877, 128; 
on Urosphena squamic«ps from East- 
ern Asia, 1877, 203; on a new bird 
from Formosa, 1877, 473; death of, 
1878, 126; on his collection of 
Chinese birds, 1878, 492 ; 1879, 117. 



Switzerland, on the Lake-habitations 
of ancient, 1862, 179; 'Bulletin de 
la Societo Ornithologique Suisse,' 
1865, 530; 1868, 104, 342; 1870, 
517; on Pallas's Sand-Grouse in, 
1865, 531; Stolker's ' Bibliographia 
Ornitologica Helvetire,' nuticed 

1871, 474; notes on some birds of, 
1887, 130; Studer and Fatio's Cata- 
logue of the birds of, noticed 1889, 
394 ; 1 894, 435 ; on birds observed in, 
1891, 157 ; on the occurrence of the 
Marsh-Warbler in, noticed 1894, 
305. 

Sycalis, revision of the genus, 1872, 39 ; 

1873,480. 
Sydney, on the birds breeding in the 

neighbourhood of, 1863, 177, 445 ; 

1864,243; 1865,298; 1868,271. 
Sykes, W. H., death of, 1S72, 34.3. 
Sylt Island, on Mobius's visit to, noticed 

1872, 444. 

'Sylvan,' letter on the periodical, 1875, 

515. 
'Sylvan Folk,' Watson's, noticed 1889, 

571. 
Sylvia, on the genus, and on the 

synonymy of the species of, 1879, 

3\)8. 
Sylviida3, Tristram's notes on, 1869, 

204; 1870, 301; 1872, 296, 4(54; 

1873, 489 ; letter on certain Chinese, 

1874, 182; letter on certain species 
of, 1874, 183, 300; letter on the, in 
the British Museum, 1878, 489; 
corrections of tlie synonymy in 
the family, 1880, 273. See also 
Warbler. 

Symonds, E., notes on a collection of 
birds from Kroonstad in the Orange 
Free State, communicated by J. H. 
Gurney, 1887, 324. 

Synonymy, on identifications and recti- 
fications of, 1865, 27. 

Syria, on the birds of prey of, noticed 
1 88 1, 484 ; ornithological notes of a 
journey through, 1S82, 402. 

' Systema Avium,' on the present .state 
of tlie, 1880, 340, 399. 

Szechuan, on birds from Western, 1891, 
370. 



T. 



Taczanowski, L., on the nesting of Parus 
])enduHnus, 1859, 458; on the birds 
of Algeria, noticed 1871, 478; 1872, 
463 ; on Dybowski's birds from 
Darasun, Dauria, noticed 1871, 479 ; 
on the East Siberian species of Nu- 



128 



nieuius, uotieed 1872, 463; 011 East 
Siberian Buzzards, noticed 1873,488; 
on the birds collected by Djbowski 
in East Siberia, noticed 1873, 488; 
on the birds of Poland, noticed 1879, 
102; 1889, 133; on the Red-tailed 
Shrikes of Central Asia, noticed 18S0, 
143 ; on the birds of Askold Island, 
noticed 1880, 373; ' Ornithologie 
du Perou,' progress of, 1883, 232, 
noticed 1884, 463; 1885, 234; 1886, 
202; 1887, 118; note on the Euro- 
pean Nuthatch, noticed 1883, 574; 
on the birds of Kamtschatka, collected 
by Dr. Dybowski, noticed 1883, 575 ; 
on the birds collected by Dr. Dybowski 
in Kamtschatka and tlie Commander 
Islands, noticed 1884, 213; 1885,444; 
on abnormal moults, noticed 1885, 
452 ; on the birds of Ussuria, noticed 
1886, 523; description of a new 
species of the genus Emberiza, 1888, 
317 ; contributions to the Ornithology 
of the Caucasus, noticed 1888, 490; 
death of, 1890, 268 ; on the birds 
of Eastern Siberia, noticed 1892, 
463. 

Taczanowski, L., and Dybowski, B., on 
the birds of Kamtschatka and the 
Commander Islands, noticed 1883, 
675; 1884, 213; 1885, 444. 

, and Stolzmann, J., on Loddigesia 

mirabilis, noticed 1882, 184. 

Tagora, on Emberiza pusilla from, 1893, 
117. 

Tail, Marshall on the bird's, noticed 
1873, 468. 

Tail-coverts in Colaptes auratus, noticed 
1892,332. 

Tait, W., on the birds of Portugal, 
noticed 1885, 452 ; a list of the birds 
of Portugal, 1887, 77, 182, 302, 
372. 

Taiwan, on the ornithology of, 1863, 
198, 250, 377. 

Takoo, notes on ornithology taken be- 
tween Peking and, 1861, 323. 

Talaut Island.s, exhibition of co-types 
of birds from, 1894, 547. 

Talegallus, paper on, noticed 1877, 
379. 

Talien Bay, on birds observed about, 
1861,251. 

Tanagers, on a new species of, of the 
genus Calliste, 1868, 71 ; on Cono- 
thraupis, a new genus of, 1880, 252; 
on some little-known species of, 1885, 
271. 

Tancre, C. A., and Homeyer, E. F. v., 
on the birds of the Altai, noticed 1883, 
569; 1885, 106. 



Tandil (Sierra del), on tlie birds of the, 

noticed 1884, 342. 
Tanganyika, on Capt. E. Storms's birds 

of Lake, noticed 1887, 105, 109. 
Tangier, on the birds of, 1867, 421. 
Tantalus, on the genus, noticed 1SS7, 

382. 
Tarawai, on birds from, noticed 1878. 

482. 
Tarim, on the birds of the Upper, i88c. 

352. 
Tarso-raetatarsus of birds, papers on the, 

1864,399; 1870, 519. 
Tarsus, Morse on the bird's, noticed 

1873,470. 
Taschenburg, O., abstract of letter from, 
on the origin of the coloration of 
birds' eggs, 1894, 547. 
Tasmania, bird-notes from 1884, 472; 
on the Acanthizas of, 1888, 93; on 
nests and eggs of birds of, noticed 
1892,337; 1893,142; on additions to 
the avifauna of, noticed i8qj 
269. 
Tatare, notes on the genus, 1883, 38- 

1893, 128. 
Tauria, on the birds of, 1862, 181. 
Taxidermy, notes on, noticed 1885,228 ; 
Hornaday's ' Taxidermy and zoological 
collecting,' noticed 1892, 170. 
Taxonomy, of North-American Pygo- 
podes, noticed 1892, 462; of Swifts 
and Humming-birds, 1894, 32. 
Taylor, A. S., on the egg of the Cali- 

fornian Vulture, 1859, 469. 
Taylor, E. C, ornithological reminis- 
cence-* of Egypt, 1859,41 ; letter from, 
on Egyptian birds, i860, 199; five 
months in the West Indies, Trinidad, 
and Venezuela, 1864, 73, Martinique, 
Dominica, and Porto Rico, 1864, 157 ; 
letter on the occurrence of Turtur 
risorius in Europe, 1864, 410; Egypt 
revisited, 1867, 48; notes on birds 
from Egyjit, 1878, 368; letter on 
Aquila cuUeni, 1880, 143; letter on 
the occurrence of Coccyzus americanus 
in Italy, 1884, 114; letter on Coccyzus 
americanus and Porphyrio alleni in 
Italy, 1884,214; ornithological notes 
from Egypt and Athens, 1886, 378; 
letter on birds observed during a visit 
to Egypt, 1 89 1, 473; letter on the 
Crow of Somaliland, 1891, 628. 

, and Sclater, P. L., ornithological 

notes from Constantinople, 1876, 
60. 
Taylor, G. C, an account of a visit to a 
nesting-place of the Frigate-bird, 
1859, 150; on birds collected or ob- 
served in the republic of Honduras, 



129 



;86o, 10, no, 222, 311; Cive weeks 
iu the peninsula of Florida, during 
the spring of 1861, with notes on the 
birds observed there, i86i, 127, 197; 
on birds observed during two voyages 
across the North Atlantic, 1869, 388 ; 
ornithological observations in tlie 
Crimea, Turkey, Sea of Azov, and 
Crete, 1872, 224 ; death of, 1890, 20.'). 

Taylor, R., an account of the first dis- 
covery of Moa remains, noticed 1873, 
488. 

Tchagra, on Le V.iillant's, 1870, 460. 

Tch^-Kiang, on observations made in, 
noticed 1873, 443. 

TcliihatcbefF, P. de, ' Voynge Scientifique 
dans I'Altai Oriental,' noticed 1867, 
382. 

Teal, on a new species of, from Ker- 
guclcn's Island, 1875, 328. 

Tegetineier, W. B., reprint of Boddaert's 
' Table des Planches Enluminees,' no- 
ticed 1873, 323; reprint of Moore's 
'Columbarium,' noticed 1879, 211); 
' The new Game-bird, Pallas's Sand- 
Grouse,' noticed 188S, 490; on the 
principal modern breeds of the Do- 
mestic Fowl, 1890, 304; exhibition of 
a variety of the coram(m Partridge, 
1894, 303. 

, and Blyth, E., 'Natural History 

of the Cranes,' noticed 1881, 494. 

Tejon (Fort), on birds collected near, 
1859, 110; i860, 97. 

Temininck, C. J., and Laugier, M., on 
the dates of publication of the ' Plan- 
ches Coloriees ' of, 1868, 499. 

Tenasserim, on the exploration of, 1877, 
2.o9 : on birds from, noticed 1888, 278. 

Teneriffe, notes on the birds of, 1887, 
424; 1888, 73; on Fringilla teydea 
nesting in, 1889, 2<;0. 

Tenimber Islands, on birds from, noticed 
1887, 104. 

Tennent, Sir J. E., ' Ceylon,' noticed 
i860, 86. 

Terns, review of the North American, 
1863, 471 ; on the eggs of Sterna, 
1870, 1.30; on the number of eggs 
laid by the Sooty and Noddy, 1891, 
145. 

' Terror,' see ' Erebus ' and ' Terror.' 

Tetrao, on scarce varieties of, noticed 
1890, 117. 

Tetraogallus, letter on, 1877, 253. 

Tetraoninse, Elliot's ' Monograph of the,' 
noticed 1865, 228, 345; 1866, 213; 
on the Osteology of the N. American 
Tetraonidae, noticed 1882, 340 ; 
Meyer's work on the, nnnounced 1886, 
103", noticed 1888, 13.'>. 



Tetraophasis, on a new species of, noticed 
1887, 112. 

Texas, on the birds of Southern, 1865, 
312, 46G; 1866, 23; 1879,20?; on 
the birds of, 1878, 116; 1892, 332; 

1893, 147 ; on the bir.ls of South- 
wesiern, 18-8, 487; 1S89, 115; on 
the ornithology of the Lower Rio 
Grande of, 1879, 207; 1880, 479; 
on the zoological position of, noticed 
1884, 454 ; on a new Geothlypis from, 
noticed 1894, 563. 

Thalurania, on the genus, 1873, 353. 

Tiiamnophilus, on two new species of, 
noticed 1892, 340. 

Thaumatias, on the genus, 1878, 35. 

Thayet Myo, on the birds obtained 
around, 1870, 4(52. 

Theiss, on birds of the, 1865, 225. 

Theobald, P. W., note on the uidification 
of Nucifraga caryocatactes, 1865, 361. 

' Thetis,' Zoology of the Voyage of the, 
noticed 1868, 340. 

Thompson, D'A. VV., on the systematic 
position of Hesperornis, noticed 1891, 
290. 

Thompson, E. E., ' Birds of Manitoba,' 
noticed 1891, 622. 

Thompson, J. P., ' British New Guinea,' 
noticed 1893, 273. 

Thriponax, on the genus, 1885, 140. 

Thrushes, on the occurrence of White's 
Thrush at Stratford on Avon, 1859, 
379 ; on the migratory habits of the 
Song-Thrush, i860, 83; on the 
Eastern Asiatic, 1863, 195; on a new 
form of, 1863, 355 ; on the change of 
plumage in, 1869, 122; on the sys- 
tematic arrangement of the American, 
noticed 1883, 383; of the Ethiopian 
Region, 1883, 164 ; on the occurrence 
of White's Thrush in European 
Russia, 1893,371; see also Turdus. 

Thuringia, on Buteo tachardus and 
Milvus ater in, noticed 1871, 448; 
1872,439. 

Tibet, on birds collected by Stoliczka in. 
1868, 302 ; on David's new birds 
from, noticed 1872, 465, 466; 
Prejevalsky's' Mongolia and Northern,' 
noticed 1877, 242; on the birds of 
Northern, 1884, 242; Prejevalsky's 
Journey in, noticed 1885, 110; 
description of two new birds from, 
1886, 145; Bonvalot'd Journey 
tlirougli, noticed 1892 448; Pratt's 
' To the Snows of Tibet,' noticed 
1892, 456; on birds from, 1892,355 ; 

1894, 129, 561 ; Bower's Journey 
across, noticed 1894, .553. 

Ticino, on the birds of the, 1868, 10.5. 



130 



Tickell, S. R., itinerary in Teiiasserim, 
i860, 297 ; 1863, 111 ; on the Horn- 
bills of India and Burmah, 1864, 173 ; 
on the ' Illustrations of Indian Orni- 
thology' of, 1876, 33(5. 

TimaliidiB, on a new species of Tiuialiine 
bird from West Africa, 1874, ^^ i 
notes on, 1885, 115. 

Timarii, on avian remains from, noticed 
1892, 564. 

'Timehri,' noticed 1889, 394. 

Timor, on the ornithology of, 1861, 
347 ; 1883, 232 ; 1892. 331 ; on anew 
Wren from, noticed 1885, 115. 

Tinamons, on tlie osteology of, 1865, 
100; on the alimentary canal of the 
Martineta Tinamoii, 1880, (U ; on a 
new species of, from Patagonia, no- 
ticed 1890, 4?3; as food, 1894, 453. 

Tiraut, G., list of the birds of Lower 
Ci chin-China, noticed 1882, 176. 

Titnghur, Calcutta, map of, 1894, 40. 

Titieaca (Lake), Allen's ' Bii-ds of,' 
noticed 1877, 119. 

Titmouse, remarks on the internal 
structure of the Bearded, i860, 317 ; 
on a new species of, from Asia Minor, 
1865, 90; on the British Marsh-, 
noticed 1887, 118; re^iew of the 
Japanese Tits, noticed 1887, 359 ; on 
European Marsli-Tits, noticed 18S9, 
252 ; on European Crested Titmice, 
noticed 1889,253 ; on the osteology of 
tiie Paridre, i 892, 171. See also Parus. 

Todus, on tlie genus, 1872, 177; 1873, 
480 ; 1874,344. 

Togian Islands, letter on the, 1892, 179. 

Tokyo, notes on Japanese birds in the 
Imperial University, noticed 1892,462. 

Tomes. R. F., on the occurrence of 
White's Thrush near Stiatford-on- 
A\on, 1859, 379; remarks on the in- 
ternal structure of the Bearded Tit- 
lllOus^e (Calamophilus biarmicus), 
1S60, 317. 

Tonga, on a collection of birds from, 
noticed 1893, 454. 

Tonga Islands, en the birds of the, 
noticed 1871, 439. 

Tongue of Nestor, noticed 1873, 449; 
ofZosterops, 1891,510. 

Tonqiiin, on Robertson's visit to, noticed 
1877, 130. 

Torre, K. W. v. Dalla, Fauna of Ileli- 
goland, noticed 1891, 447. 

Toires Straits, on five new species of 
birds fr(/m, noticed 1879. SCO. 

Tortugas, on the birds of Dry, noticed 
1 891, 286. 

Touche, J. D. D. La, see Lr Touche. 

Toula, on the a^i^alma of, noticed 1S84, 
457. 



Touracoes, Schlegel and Westerman'a 
' De Toerako's,' noticed 1861, 109 ; on 
the colouring-matter in the feathers 
of, 186S, 133; 1872, 465: Schalow's 
'Die Musophagid^,' noticed 1886, 
374. 

Townsend. C. H., on the collection of 
birds from the Caribbean Sea and 
Honduras of. noticed 1889, 128; on 
birds collected by the s.s. ' Albatross ' 
on llie coa.=t of Western North 
America, noticed 1891, 290. 

Trachea of Manucodia comrii, note on 
the, 1891, 512. 

Tracheophona\ Catalogue of the, no- 
ticed 1890, 378. 

Traciivphonus, on a new species of, 
1886, 10.\ 378. 

Trarscaspia, Radde's expedition to, 
1886, 384; 1887, 260: on the birds 
of, 1887, 2.57; 1889, 85, .567; 1890, 
342; 1892,345; 1893,462. 

Transvaal, on the birds of the, 1869, 
286; 1 87 1, 147, 252; 1872, 414; 
1874, 101; 1876, 422; 1877, 339; 
1878,281,406; 1879.285,389; 1880, 
99, 257; 1884. 217; 1885, 341 ; 
1886, 282; 1887, 47; Distant's 
' Naturalist in the,' noticed 1892,' 449. 

Transylvania, on the birds of, 1875, 
188. 291, 412. 

Traquair, R. H., on biological nomen- 
clature, noticed 1885, 325; address 
on the word 'Museum,' noticed 1893, 
27,"\ 

Travancore, on the birds of, 1870, 5'26 ; 
1888, 147. 

Travers, H. H., and Hutton, F. W., on 
birds of the Chatham Islands, 1866, 
113; 1872,243; 1873,463,489. 

Travers, W. T. L., notes on tlie habits 
of Podiceps cristatus, noticed 1872, 
463 ; on the habits of some New 
Zealand birds, noticed 1872, 463; on 
the birds of the Chatham Islands, 
noticed 1873, 489; on the organic 
productions of New Zealand, noticed 
1885, 117. 

Treacher, W. H., on the habits and 
range ofBulwers Pheasant, 1888, 4 13. 

Treron, on the Fruit-Pigeons of the 
genus, 1863, 318. 

Tres Marias, Mexico, on the Natural 
History of, noticed 1 872,430; 1873,454. 

Trevor-Battye, A., exhibition of some 
.skins of Parus borealis and P. palus- 
tris, 1893, 248; departure of, for 
Kolguev Island, 1894, 454. 

Trichoglossns, on the close connection 
between Lorius and, 1859, 200. 

Trimen, R., on the Vertebrates of the 
Cape Colony, noticed 1894, 135. 



131 



Tringeas, mouograph of the X. American, 
1862, ;^4. 

Trinidad, De Verteiiil's, noticed, 1859, 
1U4, new edition, 1885, 102;' Leo- 
taiid's ' Oiseaiix de I'lle de,' noliced 
1867, 104; on the birds of. noticed 
1S6+, 73; 1871, 431; 1894, 436. 

Trinidad (Cuba), notes on birds ob- 
served at, noticed 1893, 452. 

Trinomials, on tiie use of, in American 
ornithology, noticed 1885, 2^3. 

Tripoli, on a month in, 1867, 97. 

Trippe, T. M., notes on the birds of 
Minnesota, noticed 1872, 4(53; notes 
on tlie birds of Southern Iowa, no- 
ticed 1 87 3, 489. 

Tristram, H. B., on birds observed in 
Southern Palestine, 1859, 22 ; charac- 
ters of apparently new species of 
birds collected in the Sahara, 1859, 
57 ; on the ornithology of Northern 
Africa, 1859, 153, 277, 415; i860, 
68, 149 ; a few leaves from a natura- 
list's note-book in Eastern Algeria, 
i860, 361 ; on the eggs of the Nut- 
cracker and Parrot-billed Crossbill, 
i860, 16S; 'The Great Sahara,' no- 
ticed 1861, 196; extract of letter from, 
on the birds of the Sahara, 1861, 414; 
on the ornithology of Palestine, 1S62, 
277; 1865, 67, 241; 1866, 59, 280; 
1867, 73, 06O; 1868, 204, 321 ; letter 
from, on South European birds, 1863, 
364; expedition to Palestine, 1863, 
480; 1864, 134; ornithological ex- 
periences in France, 1864, 135 ; 
letters I'rora, on the birds of Palestine, 
1864, 229; 'Land of Israel,' noticed 
1866, 111; letter on the Pyrenoan 
Cinclus, 1867,466; letter on Recurvi- 
roslra sinensis, 1868, 133; 'Natural 
History of tlie Bible,' noticed 1868, 
219; on some new South-African 
SjlviidiB, 1869, 204 ; on some African 
birds, 1869, 434 ; letter on tlie occur- 
rence in India of Sylvia melauopogon, 
1870, 301 ; letter on a new species of 
Calliope, 1870, 444; on some Old- 
Worlcl species of Passerine birds, 

1870, 493; 1 87 1, 479; on the 
synonymy of certain Phylloscopi, 

1871, 109; on Pahearctic Passeres, 
1871,231; 1872, 464; expedition to 
Moab, 1872, 205 ; on a new Sylviad, 

1872, 296; 1873,489 ; on Syrrhaptes 
paradoxus in Northumberland, 1872, 
334 ; notes on Sylviads, noliced 1872, 
464 ; on birds from tlie New Hebrides, 
1876,259; notes on birds from Now 
Caledonia, Lifu, and the New He- 
brides, 18-9, 180; on a collection of 



birds from the Solomon Islands and 
the New Hebrides, 1879,437; letter 
on Asio butleri, 1880, 245; on the 
birds of the Solomon Islands, 1880, 
24ti ; 1882, loo; description of a new 
genus and species of Owl (Gynmo- 
scops insularis) I'rom the Seychelles, 
1880, 456; letter on birds ir(im St. 
Ambrose Island, 1881, 177 ; notes on 
a collection of birds from the Mar- 
quesas Islands, 1881, 249; letter on 
Erythrura cyanifrons, 1S82, 180; 
ornithological notes on a journey 
through Syria, Mesopotamia, and 
Southern Araienia, 1882, 4U2 ; letter 
on a Halcyon from the Solonion 
Islands, 1882, 609; on the position 
of the Acrocephaliiie genus Tata re, 
with descriptions of two new species 
of the genus Acrocephalus, 1S83, ;^8 ; 
notes on the birds of Fanning Island, 
Pacific, 1883,46; 'Fauna and Flora 
of Palestine,' announced 1883, loO, 
noticed 1884, 464 ; on a collection of 
San Domingo birds, 1884, 167 ; notes 
f>n the eighth volume of the ' Cnta- 
logue of Birds in the British Mu- 
seum,' 1884, 392; on two birds from 
Norfolk Island, 1885, 48; on a small 
collection of birds irom Korea, 1885, 
194; on the species of the genua 
Plotus and their distribution, 1886, 
41 ; ou the breeding ])lumage of 
Podiceps occidentalis, 1887, 98, 258; 
1888, 148; on an apparently new 
species of Zosterops from Madagascar, 

1887, -3-t ; the polar origin of lile 
considered in its bearing on the 
distribution and migration of birds, 
Part i., 1887, 236; Part ii., 1888, 
204 ; on an apparently new species of 
Zosterops from tiie Island of Anju::n, 
1887,309 ; notes on a small collection 
of birds from Newala, East Africa, 

1888, 265; news of, in the Canary 
Islands, 1888, 380; 1889, 402; or- 
nithological notes on the Island of 
Gran Cunaria, 1889, 13; note on a 
small collection of birds from Kikom- 
bo, Centr.il Africa, 1889, 224; some 
stray ornithological notes, 1889, 227 ; 
note on ICinberiza cioides, Brandt, 

1889, 293; (jn a small collection of 
birds from the Louisiade and d'Entre- 
casteaux Islands, i88g, 553; notes on 
the Island of Palma in the Canary 
Group, 1890, 67; Catalogue of liis 
Collection of Birds, noticed 1890, 
121 ; letter on birds observed dur.ng 
a voyage to Japan, 1891, 470; on an 
apparently new species of Pigmy 



132 



Parrot of the genus Nafiterna, 1S91, 
608 ; letter on Dr. Koenig's paper on 
the ornithology of the Canaries, 1892, 
]81 ; on two small collections of 
birds from Bugotu and Florida, two 
of the smaller Solomon Islands, 1892, 
293 ; note on Nestor uorfolcensis, 
Pelz., 1892, 557; on the bird indi- 
cated by the Greek ' AXkvojv,' 1895, 
215 ; on an undescribed species of 
Snipe from the New Zealand region, 
1893, 446; on Tristram's Grakle in 
captivity, 1893,476; on some birds 
from Bugotu, Solomon Islands, and 
Santa Cruz, 1894, 28; letter on the 
validity of the species Cciracias wei- 
galli, 1894, 320. 
Tristram, H. E., and Layard, E. L., 
on a new Thrush from the Loyalty 
Islands, 1879, 471. 
Trofhanter, on the use of the third, in 

birds, noticed 1883, 665. 
Trochilidw, see Humming-birds. 
Trogonidre, Gould's ' Monograph of the,' 
uoticed 1859, ^'"^ ; 1870. 118; on a 
new species of, noticed 1892, 174; 
' Catalogue of the Trogones in the 
British Museum,' noticed 1892, 672. 
Troiidhjera District, on new breeding- 
birds in the, 1890, 467. 
' Tropical Nature,' Wallace's, noticed 

1878, 483. 
Trowbridge, C. C, letter on the opening 
of the extremity of the bill in the 
Scolopacidaj, 1894, 449. 
Trumbull, G., on the names and portraits 
of birds which interest gunners, no- 
ticed 1889, 254. 
Trumpeter, on a new species of, from 

Bolivia, noticed 1885, 222. 
Tschudi, J. J. v., translation of his work 
on destructive Insects, noticed 186-1, 
352. 
Tschusi zu Schmidhofen, E. v., ornitho- 
logical notes, noticed 1871, 479; on 
the nest and eggs of Nucifraga caryo- 
catactes, noticed 1872, 464; ou the 
Ornithological Collection of the Im- 
perial Z&oiogical-Botanical Society of 
Vienna, noticed 1872, 464; on'the 
protection of birds, noticed 1873, 489 ; 
ornithological observations fi-om 
Austria, noticed 1873, 490 ; 'Die 
Vogel Salzburg's,' noticed 1878,478; 
on Acredula caudata and A. rosea, 
noticed 1885, ;326; on Anassponsa in 
Styria, noticed 1885, 326; on addi- 
tions to the Ornis of Austro- Hun- 
gary, roticed 1889, 254; ' Ornitho- 
logisches Jahrbuch,' noticed 1890, 



3S2, 461 ; 1891, 143 , on Syn-haptes 
paradoxus in Austro-Hungary, no- 
ticed 1890, 4lil ; letter on the second 
occurrence of Otocorys penicillata in 
Bosnia, 1891,290; list of memoirs of, 
noticed 1894, 568. 
Tscluisi zu Sclimidhofen, R. v., and 
Homeyer, E. F. v., ou the Birds of 
Austro-Hungary, noticed 1883, 575. 
Tsu-sima, on the birds of, 1892, 87, 248, 

399. 
Tubinares, on theanatomy of the, noticed 
1882, 600; on the osteology of the, 
noticed 1890, 120. 
Tuck, W. H., on a tame Cuckoo, i8go, 

466. 
Tucuman, on the birds of, 1880, 351 ; 
Durnford's last expedition to, 1880, 
411. 
Tulliallan, on the birds of, noticed 1886, 

192. 
Tunis, on tlie breeding of Phceuicopterus 
antiquorura on the Lake of, 1 8 8 1 , 173 ; 
on a new Lark from, 1889, 263; on 
the birds of, 1893, 457; 1894, 78; 
map of, 1894, 79. 
Tunslall, M , ' OrnithologiaBritannica,' 

reprint, noticed 1880, 244. 
Turacin, notes on, 1893, 594. 
Turati, Count E., on the collection of, 
1868,106; 1870, 132; 1 884, 362; 1888, 
150; on the Ornithological Museum 
of, 1877, 1-9; death of, 18S1, 608. 
Turdid^e, see Thrushes. 
Tardus, on the Geographical Distribution 
of the genus, 1861, 277 ; on the East- 
ern Asiatic species of the genus, 1S63, 
196 ; synopsis of the Japanese species 
of the genus, noticed 1888, 142; see 
also Thrushes. 
Turin Museum, on new bii'dsin the, 1865, 

338. 
Turkestan, on animals from, 1872, 422; 
Severtzoffs ' 1 urkestanskie JeTotnie,' 
noticed 1874. 173; Dresser on Sever- 
tzofls ' Fauna of,' 1875, 9'>. 236, 332 ; 
1876, 77, 171,319, 410; Severtzoff's 
' Ornithologie du,' noticed 1889, 388; 
1S90, 116; 1892, 336; on the ornis 
of, noticed 1889, 250 ; 1894, 561. 
Turkey, list of the birds of, 1870. 59, 188, 
327 ; ornithological observations in, 
1872, 224; on Geary's 'Asiatic 
Turkey,' 1879, 120. 
Turkeys, on the Bkulls of, noticed 

1888, 141. 

Turle, W. H., on a visit to the Blasket 

Islands and the Skellig Eocks,i89i, 1. 

Turnbull, W. M., 'Birds of East Lo- 

thian,'noticedi867, 373; 'BirdsofEast 



133 



Pennsylvania nnci New Jersey,' noticed 
1870, k'T. 
Turner, 1,. M., on Lagopus mutus and 
its allies, noticed 1883, 221; letter 
from, corroborating Stejiieger's re- 
marks on the shedding of the claws in 
the Ptarmigan, 1885, 117; ' Natural 
History of Alaska,' noticed 1889, 133. 
Turnix, on the genus, 1889, 44(5. 
Turtur, on new species of, 1870, 

445. 
Tuscany, on additions to the birds of, 

1864,227. 
Tutbury, Mosley's ' Natural History 

of,' noticed 1864, 394. 
Tweeddale, Marquis of (late Viscount 
Walden), on the Muscicapa melani- 
ctera of Gmelin, 1866, 316 ; letter on 
Brachvpus gularis i856. 423 ; on the 
RufouVtailed Shrikes, 1867, 211 ; 
letter on a Siamese Garrulax, 1867, 
381 ; letter on Loriculus edwardsi 
and Lanius lucionensis, 1S67, 4G7 ; 
on Lanius melanthes, Swinhoe, and 
on L. cephaloiuelas, Bi?., 1868, 68; 
remarks un Dr. Stoliczka's' Observa- 
tions in the Sutlej Valley,' 1869, 208 ; 
letter on Javan species of Lanius, 1869, 
242 ; on the CuculidiE described by 
Linnseus and Gmelin, with a sketch of 
the genus Eudynamis, 1869, 324; on 
the Sun-birds of the Indian and 
Australian Regions, 1870,18; letter 
on .Motacilla aureocapilla, 1870, 293; 
letter stating that Prinia albogularis = 
P. hodgsoni, and Ephialtes jerdoni 
= E. malabaricus, i87i,112; on the 
birds of Negros Island, Philippines, 
1872,93 ; on certain species of Cyornis 
1872, 330 ; on birds of Northern 
Borneo, 1872, 360; on Polihieraxfeil- 
deni and Erytlirosterna parva, 1872, 
471 ; letter on Troglodytes punctatus, 
Blvth, 1874, 91 ; on Andaman Island 
birds, 1873, 296; 1874,127; on Mr. 
Allan Hume's review of 'Die Papa- 
geien,' 1874, 270; letter on Gecinus 
erythropygius, 1875, H8 ; letter on 
Pala^ornis melanorliynchus, 1875,207; 
on birds from Burma, 1875, 458; 
letter on Artamus leucorhynchus, 

1876, 133; on Tickell's 'Illustrations 
of Indian Ornithology,' 1876, 336; 
on a new Triciiostoina, 1876, 376; 
letter on Sterna albigena, 1876, 384 ; 
on a collection of birds from S.E. 
Sumatra, 1877, 283 ; letter on Anthus 
gustavi and Pipastes batchianensia, 

1877, 258; letter on Pellorneum 
tickelli, 1877, 385; letter on the genus 



Biitrachostomus, 1877, 383; note on 
Pellorneum tickelli, 1877, 451 ; letter 
on jl*]githina viridissima and Prinia 
rafllesi, 1877, 487 ; letter on tlie April 
number of ' Stray Feathers' for 1877, 

1877, 487 ; notes on the DicruridjE in 
the collection of the British Museum, 

1878, 69; letter on Artamus leu- 
corhynchus, 1878, 383 ; memoir 
of, 1879, 2^3; rejDrint of his orni- 
thological Works, announced 1880, 
255, noticed 1882, 177; catalogue 
of the collections of, 1884, 123. 

Tweeddale, Marquis of, and Godwin- 
Austen, H. H., on supposed new 
species of birds, 1875, 250. 

Twinn, G. R., letter from, on a hybrid 
Grouse, i860, 430. 

Tympanistria, on a new African species 
of, 1886, 2. 

Type specimens, on the mounting of, 
1894,321. 

Tyrannida;, descriptions of some new 
South American species of, 1881, 267 ; 
on new species of, 18S5, 317; 1887, 
462. 

Tytler, P., appointment of, to the Anda- 
mans, 1862, 392. 

Tytler, R.C., on Spizaettisandamanensis, 
1866, 412; on birds observed during 
a march from Simla to Mussoorie, 

1868, 190; letter on the change of 
plumage in some Indian Thrushes, 

1869, 122; on birds of the Andaman 
Islands, 1869, 220; letter on Bu- 
changa waldeni, 1870, 293 ; on his 
notes on Indian Birds, noticed 187 i, 
480. 



U. 



Ubangui, see Oubangin. 
Uganda, on the birds of, 1882, 477; on 
Jackson's birds from, 1891, 233, 587 ; 

1892, 152, 299,534. 

Uist (North), on Quail-breeding in, 
187 1, 112 ; on Larus minutus 
in, noticed 1884, 45(5; on Cypselus 
apus in, 1887, 363; on Carduelis 
elegans and Passer montanus in, 

1893, 592. 

Umziella's Country, list of birds 
collected in, 1887, 47. 

LTnited States, Miiller's Journey in the, 
noticed 1867,246; on the principal 
Museums of tiie, 1874, 305 ; on the 
progress of Ornithology in the, 
noticed 1877, 381 ; on two new 
Thrushes from the, noticed 1882, 



134 



466; i88-i,lll ; on ornithology in the, 
noticed 1885, 229; Fisher's 'Hawks 
and Owls of the,' noticed 1893, 578. 

United Stiites Exploring Expedition, on 
the Ornithology of the, 1859, 111, 
325. 

United States Geological Exploration 
of the 40th parallel, on the birds of 
the, noticed 1878, 477. 

United States National Museum, on 
the new, 1879, 381 ; list of desiderata 
of the, 1882, 174, 340; extract from 
the Report of tlie, 1884, 121 ; on the 
National bird-collection in the, 1885, 
119. 

Unst, on the Great Skua in, 1891, 
633. 

Upupidas, on the relationships of the, 
1873, 181 ; the legendary history of 
tlie Hoopoe, 1890, 115; 'Catalogue 
of the Upupoe in the British Museum,' 
noticed 1892, 570. 

Ural, Hofman's ' Nordliche Ural, ' 
noticed 1859,4(10; on the birds of 
the Ural Mountains, noticed 1871, 
461. 

Uropsila, on the name, noticed 1889, 
127. 

Urospizias, on some Hawks of tlie 
genus, 1879, 473; 1881, 258, 605; 
1882, 179. 

Uruguay, on birds and eggs from Cen- 
tral, noticed 1882. 459 ; 1 884, 455 ; on 
the birds of Paisandu, 18S5, 275 ; on 
Mr. Aplin's intended expedition to, 
1892, 350; on the birds of, 1894, 
149 ; map of part of, 1894, 154. 

Ussher, H. T., on the ornithology of the 
Gold Coast, 1872, 66, 181; 1873, 
484; 1874, 43. 

, and Sharpe, R. B., on new birds 

from the Fantee Country, 1872, 181 ; 
1873,484. 

Ussuria, on the birds of, noticed 
1886,523. 

Ussuri River, observations on the birds 
of the, 1863, 107. 

Utah, on the birds of, noticed 1873, 
432 ; Baird's ' Ornithology of,' no- 
ticed 1877, 384. 



'Vagrancy Acts,' on the, noticed 1877, 

373. 
Vancouver Island, Lord's ' Naturalist 

in,' noticed 1867, 126; synopsis of 

the birds of, 1868, 414. 
Van Dam, D. C, Pollen, F. P. L., and 

Schlegel, H., ' Faune de Madagascar,' 

nolic«d 1868, 224, 476; 1869, 112. 



Van der Hoeven, J., ' Annotationes do 
Dromade ardeola,' noticed 1870, 271. 

Van Dyck, W. T., letter on the distribu- 
tion of Nectarinia oseiB, 1892, 469. 

' Vargasia,' noticed 1870, 522. 

Variation (Geographical) in Birds, 
noticed 1873, 431. 

Vassar College, on the birds in the 
Museum of, noticed 1872, 447. 

Vaud, on the birds observed in, 1891,157. 

'Vega,' Nordenskiijld's ' Voyrge of the,' 
noticed 1882, 337. 

Venetia, on the birds of, 1870, 133; 
1872, 447; on the Long-tailed Tit- 
mouse of, noticed 1890, 252. 

Venezuela, five months in the West 
Indies, Trinidad, and, 1864, 73; ou 
the birds of, 1871, 430, 468; 1878, 
192; 1887, 113; Sachs's ' Llanos of.' 
noticed 1879, 218; H^rtert's expe- 
dition to, 1892, 576 ; notice of some 
birds from, noticed 1893, 1-^- 

Vennor, H. G., ' Birds of Prey of 
Canada,' noticed 1877, 246. 

Vera Cruz, on the birds of, 1870, 278. 

Veragua, on birds from, noticed 1871, 
463. 

Vera Paz, on Quesal-shooting in, 1861, 
138 ; on the birds of, 1870, 278. 

Vermont (U.S.), on the birds of, noticed 
1872, 428. 

Verreaus, E., death of, 1868, 252. 

, Verreaux, J., and Mulsant, E., on 

the classification of the Trochilid;e, 
noticed 1867, 126 ; ' Histoire Naturelle 
des Oiseaux-Mouclies,' noticed 1874, 
453; 1875,265,510; 1877,244. 

Verreaux, J., descriptions of new birds, 
1859, 105; 1868, 102,222; descrip- 
tion of a new Parrakeet, 1859. 202 ; 
on Micropalama tacksanowskia, i860, 
420 ; on birds of Northern China, 
1868, 223 ; letter on Drymoeca 
pekinensis, 1 868, 499 ; observations on 
R. C. Tytler's notes on Indian Birds, 
noticed 1871, 480 ; on the cohniring- 
matter of the wing-feathers of Tou- 
racoes, noticed 1872, 465; ou a new 
species of Promerops, noticed 1872, 
465 ; description of two new birds in 
the Paris Museum, noticed 1872, 465 ; 
on new birds collected by Pere David 
in Tibet, noticed 1872, 465, 466; 
death of, 1874, 4(i7. 

, and Des Murs, O., on the birds of 

New Caledonia, 1861, 106; obser- 
vations on tlie genus Circaetus, and 
description of a new species, 1862, 
208 ; description of a new species of 
Pigeon, 1862, 342; on papers in the 
' Revue Zoologique,' 1862, 380. 



135 



VerreauT, J., Muls-ant, E., and Ver- 
reaux, E., on the cliissifieatiun of 
the Trochilida?, noticed 186-, 126; 
' Histoire JN^atiirelle des Oiseaux- 
Moiiehes,' noticed 1874, 453; 1875, 
260, 510; 1877,244. 

Verrill, A. E., on the natural history 
of Anticosti, 1 863,473. 

, and Boardman, G. A., ' Catalogue 

of the Birds of Maine,' noticed 1863, 
228. 

Verteuil, see De Verteuil. 

Vertical distribution of birds, on the, 
1865, 531. 

Yesey, J. V. de, on the birds of Fort 
Tejcn, 1S59, 110; i860, 97. 

Veth, P. J., ' Midden-Sumatra,' Birds, 
noticed 1886, 522. 

• Vet tor Pisani,' on the birds of the 
Tojage of the, noticed 1889, 130. 

Vian, J., ' Causeries ornitholdgiques,' 
noticed 1868, 103, 104, 223; 1873, 
490 ; on the young in down of the 
Ptilopades, noticed 1887, 256; on 
Asiatic Warblers in Heligoland, 
noticed 1887, 257. 

, and Alleon, A., on Aquila 

mogilnik, 1868, 104 ; on the migration 
of birds of prey in the Bosphorus, 
notited 1S71, 418. 

Victoria, Transactions of the Eoyal 
Society of, noticed 1863, 222 ; on the 
nesting of the Rifle-bird of, 1892,350. 

Victorin, J. F., South-African Zoological 
Notes, 1 86 1, 202. 

Viduinffi, review of the Ethiopian species 
of, 1886,301. 

Vieillot, L. P., letter on the copper- 
plates of the works of, 1865, 116; 
' Analyse,' reprint by Howard 
Saunders, noticed 1S84, 3'j7. 

Vienna, on the Ornitliologists' Con- 
gresse.s at, 1884, 453, 4.56 ; 1885, 320 ; 
1886, 84, 88; 1890, 467; 1891,479, 
632; 1893, 144. 

Vienna Academy of Sciences, Proceed- 
ings of tlie, noticed 1859, 203. 

Vienna ^Museum, on the Vulturidce 
and Falconidtu in the, 1864, 123; on 
Leverian birds in the, 1873, 14, 105; 
1874, 461; on additions to the, 
noticed 1877, 383 ; ' Annalen ' of the, 
noticed 1886, 364; on the types in 
the, noticed 1887, 2.')4 ; 1888, 367, 
487 ; history of the bird collection in 
the, 1 891, 459; note on the number 
of 8)>ecimens of Austro-Hungarian 
birds in the, 1893,597. 

Vienna Zoological and Botanical Society, 
on theornitliological collection olthe, 
noticed 1872, 4G4. 



Vila, E. Vayreda y, on the ornithology 
of Gerona, noticed 1885, 234. 

Villada, M. M., on the birds of Mexico, 
notie-ed 1871, 480. 

Virginia, on tlie summer birds of 
Kanawha County, noticed 1873, 
482. 

Virgin Islands, on the birds of the, i860, 
307. 

A''ogel, G., on the breeding of (he Nut- 
cracker in the Jura, noticed 1873, 
490. 

Vogt, C, on Archajopteryx macrura, an 
intermediate form between birds and 
reptiles, 1880, 4.34. 

Voice, Otto on the bird's, noticed 1873. 
472 ; Midler on the voice-organs of 
the Passeres, 1877, 400 ; 1879, 
358. 

Volcano Islands, on the birds of the, 
1891, 189. 

Vole-plague Districts, on Birds of Prey 
in the, noticed 1894, 552. 

Vorderman, A. G., on Batavian birds, 
noticed 1883, 118, 221; 1S84, 111, 
348; 1885, 326; on Chlorura hype- 
rythra, noticed 1S83, 384 ; list ot' the 
birds of Java, noticed 1885,326; on 
the birds of Mount Salak, West Java, 
noticed 1886, 376 ; on the birds of 
West Java, noticed 1887, 118 ; on the 
birds of Borneo, noticed 1887, 257; 
on the birds of Billiton, noticed 1891, 
623. 

Vouga, Capt., on birds observed in the 
vicinitv of Lake Neuchatel, noticed 
1872,466. 

Vultures : on the Sacred Vulture of 
Bartram, 1859, 334; on the discovery 
of the nesting of the Californian 
Vulture, 1859, 469 ; on the eggs of the 
Eared Vulture, i860, 171 ; 1862, 207; 
on the egg and nestling of the Cali- 
fornian Vulture, i860, 278; on the 
Indian and African White-backed, 
1865, 339; on the colour of the eye 
in, 1S67, 2."i4 ; on the Condors of tlie 
Equatoiial Andes, noticed 1872, 447 ; 
letter on Condors, 1875, '^^^• 



W. 

Waders of the Pacific Coast of Guate- 
mala, on the, 1865, 187. 

Wagler, J., reprint of the six Ornitho- 
logical Memoirs of, noticed 1884, 
348. 

Waglails, on the Di^tribution of the 
Grey Wagtail, 1866, 323; on the 



136 



Japanese Pied, 1883, 90 ; on a new 
Italian species of, 1891, 620. 

Wahlgren, F., on an egg within 
another, noticed 1872, 466. 

Waigats Island, on the birds of, 
noticed 1872,60; 1873, 458. 

Waigiou, on the birds of, 1861, 283; 
1885, 447. 

Waldeu, Viscount, see Tweeddale, 
Marquis of. 

Waldenia, letter on the new genus, 
1869,461. 

Waldo, see Meade-Waldo. 

Wales, on Pallas's Sand-Grouse in, i860, 
105 ; on the Collared Petrel un the 
coast of, 1891, 1.52, 411. 

Walker, D., ornithological notes of the 
'Fox' in the Arctic seas, i860, 165 ; 
notes on Arctic zoology, 1861, 198. 

Walker, J., on the bird-life of Adele 
Island, North-west Australia, 1892, 
254. 

Walker, M. L.. on the quadrate bone in 
birds, noticed 1889, o94. 

Wallace, A. E., proceedings of, in New 
Guinea, 1859, 111; correction in 
classification of Psittacidas, 1859, 199 ; 
notice of his discovery of a new Para- 
dise-bird, and of his collections made 
at Havre-Dorey, 1859, 209; notice of 
his discovery of a second new Para- 
dise-bird in Batchian, 1859, 332; 
on the geographical distribution of 
birds, 1859, 449 ; on the ornithology 
of Northern Celebes, i860, 140; letters 
on the ornithology of Amboyna and 
Ceram, i860, 197, 305; on his 
collections and latest letters, 1861, 
118; ornithological letter from 
Ternate, i86i,211 ; on the ornithology 
of Ceram and Waigiou, 1861. 283; 
notes on the ornithology of Timor, 

1861, 347; news of, in the Indian 
Archipelago, 1862, 95; on some new 
birds from the Northern Moluccas, 

1862, 34S; note on Corvus senex and 
Corvus fu8cica]iillus, 1863, 100 ; notes 
on the Fruit-Pigeons of the genus 
Treron, 1863,318; on the value of 
osteological characters in the classifi- 
cation of birds, 1864, 36; remarks on 
the habits, distribution, and afTuiities 
of the genus Pitta, 1864, 100; note 
on Asturgriseiceps, 1864, 184; on the 
Pigeons of the Malay Archipelago, 
1865, 365; on the Kaptorial birds of 
the Malay Archipelago, 1868, 1, 215 ; 
'Malay Archipelago,' noticed 1869, 
216; 'Contributions to the Theory 
of Natural Selection,' noticed 1870, 
507; on the arransrement of the Order 
Passeres. 1 874, 407 ; ' Tropical Nature,' 



noticed 1878, 483; 'Darwinism,' 
noticed 1889, 570. 

Wallis, H. M., notes on the Northern 
limit of the Italian Sparrow (Passer 
italiffi), 1887,454. 

Walney Island, list of the birds of, 
noticed 1883, 5(i6. 

Walter, A., and,Radde, G., on the birds 
of Transcaspia, noticed 1889, 567. 

W^arbler, on a new species of Marsh-, 
1874, 420; on the nest and eggs of 
Swainson's, 1886, 4; on the occur- 
rence of the Marsh-, in Oxfordshire 
and Switzerland, noticed 1894,305; 
see also Sylviida?. 

Warren, R., jun., on the occurrence 
of certain Skuas in Ireland, 1864, 
394. 

Washington Territory, Cooper and 
Suckley's' Natural History of,'noticed 
1860,427, 

W'aterhen, on the name of the Purple, 
1879, 19.5. 

Waterhouse, F. H., list of periodicals 
of 1872 containing ornithological 
papers, 1873, 493; 'The dates of 
publication of Gould's works,' noticed 

1886, 97; 'Index Geuerum Avium,' 
noticed 1890, 123, remarks on, by 
Count Salvadori, 1890, 124. 

Waferton, C, death of, 1865, 364. 
Watson, J., 'Sylvan Folk,' noticed 1889, 

571. 
W^atson, M., report on the anatomy 

of the Spheniscidai, noticed 1884, 

113. 
Waxwing, on the breeding of the, 1859, 

107; 1 86 1, 92. 
Wealden, on a new fossil bird from the, 

1887, 476. 

Weaver-birds, Bartlett's ' Monograph 

of the,' announced 1885, 330; 1888, 

286, noticed 1888, 360; 1890,248; 

review of the Ethiopian, 1886. 301; 

1887, 1 ; from Sumatra, noticed 1893, 

129. 
Webb, S., on the flight of the Albatross, 

1870, 523. 
Weinland, — , on the close connexion 

between Trichoglossus, and Lorius, 

1859,200. 
W'eiz, S.. on the Vertebrates of Labrador, 

noticed 1867, 130. 
Wells, J. G., ' List of the Birds of 

Grenada, West Indies,' noticed 1887, 

118; 'Catalogue of the Birds of 

Grenada, West Indies,' noticed 1887, 

3(i0. 
Westerluud, C. A., ' Skandinavisk 

Oologi,' noticed 1868, 114. 
Westei-man, G. F., and Schlegel, H., 

' I)e Toeraku'e,' noticed 1S61, 109. 



13; 



West Indies, five montlis in tlie, 1S64, 
73, Ut7 ; on new birds from tlie, 
1878,468; 188-, 11'4; on .the birds 
of the, 1880, 71; 1S86, 471; re- 
senrcbes in the, iSSo, 2o(i ; synopsis 
of the Myiiidectie from the, noticed 
1883, 115; on a new species of Coot 
from the, noticed 1885, 231 ; Cory's 
'List of the Birds of the,' noticed 
1SS5, 443, new edition 1S86, 192; 
Cory's 'Birds of the,' noticed 1889, 
384; map of the, 1893, ])1. viii. ; 
Cory's ' Catalogue of the Birds of the,' 
noticed 1893, -''fi; on the origin of 
the bird-life of the, noticed 1893, 462 ; 
on new species of birds from tiie 
I^utch. 1S93, 123; description of 
Eiietheia sharpei from the Dutch, 
1893, 440; see olfo under the names 
of the sevei-al Islands. 
Westmoreland, Macpiierson and Fer- 
guson's ' Vertebrate Fauna of,' 
noticed 1893, 138. 
Westphalian Ornithological Society, 

Report of the, noticed 1873, ■^^^•^■ 
Weyenbergh, H., catalogue of the birds 
in the Cordova Museum, noticed 
1882,468. 
Wharton, C. B., letter on Muscicapa 
atricapilla, 1865, 234; letter on the 
distribution of the Grey Wagtail, 
Tawny Owl, and Pied Flycatcher, 
1866, 323; on the ornithology of 
Corsica, 1876, 17. 
Wharton, H. T., 'List of British Birds,' 
noticed 1877, 483; on the ortho- 
graphy of some birds' names, 18-9, 
449 ; on the proper generic designation 
of the European Picida;, 18S1, 
253. 
Wbeatnn, J. M., catalogue of the birds 

of Ohio, 1862, 87. 
Wheeler, G. M., Reports upon Surveys 
west of the 100th Meridian, noticed 
1877, 485; annual report upon the 
Geographical Surveys west of the 
100th Meridian, noticed 1878, 486. 
Wheelwright, H. W., ' Spring and 
Summer in Lapland,' «««? 'Ten Years 
in Sweden,' noticed 1865, 334, 33.5. 
Whinchat, exhibition of a buff-coloured 

variety of the, 1894, 117. 
Whippoorwill, on a new species of, 

noticed 1892, 339. 
Whitaker, J. I. S., notes on some Tuni- 
sian birds, 1894., 78. 
White, E. W., note on his proposed 
excursion to Corrientes, 1881, 497; 
' Cameos from the Silver-Land,' 
noticed 1882, 178; 1883, 118; notice 
of the death of, 1885, 239; obituarial 
notice of, 1885, 335. 



Wliite, G., 'Natural History of 
Selborne.' Harling's edition, noticed 
18-5, 262; letters of, to Robert 
Marsham, 1875, 521. 
Whitehead, J., orniliiological notes 
from Corsica, 1885. ^4 ; on the birds 
collected on Mount Kina Balu bv, 
1887, 4.'i5; 1888, 383,478; news of, 
in Palawan, 1888, 380; notes on 
some Oriental birds, 1S88, 409 ; notes 
on the Ornithology of North Borneo, 
1S89, 63, 185, 2(J5, 409 ; 1890, 1, 133, 
27.3 ; notes on the birds of Palawan, 
1890, 38; description of Cryptolopha 
xanthopygia obtained in Palawan by, 
1893, 2(i3 ; letter on a collection of 
birds from Kina Balu, 1893, 281 ; 
contemplated expedition to the East, 
1893, 478 ; a review of the species of 
the family Pittidae, 1893, 488 ; explo- 
ration of Mount Kina Balu, N. Borneo, 
noticed 1893, 590; letter on a 
passage in Dr. Sharpe's ''Boruean 
Notes," 1894,316; field-notes on the 
birds of Mount Arajat, Philippines, 
1894,406; on the birds of the high- 
lands of North Luzon, 1894, 501 ; 
on new birds collected in North 
Luzon by, 1894, 549. 
Whitely, G. M., on the birds collected 
on the Coast of Honduras by, noviced 
1871, -168. 
W hitelv, II., letter on the swimming of 

Skuas, 1866, 127. 
Whitely, IL, juu., on birds collected near 
Hak(jdadi in Northern Japan, 186;', 
193; return of, from Eoraima, 1S83, 
129; letter on the birds of British 
Guiana, 1X84, 357 ; on the birds col- 
lected in Britii^h Guiana bv, 1885, 
19.5, 291, 418; 1886, 57, 168, 499; 
obituarial notice of, 1893, 287. 
Wliitniee, S. J., on Samoan birds, 1875, 

436. 
Whitney, J. D., and Cooper, J. G., 
' Geological Survey of Canada,' 
Ornithology, noticed 1871, 481. 
" Who-are-you " of Waterton, 1892, 

581. 
Whympor, E., 'Travels amongst the 
Great Andes of the Equator,' noticed 
1892,464. 
Wliyle, A., ornithological notes taken 
during a voyage from Ceylon to Eng- 
land, 1877, 148; on tiie collections 
made in Nyasaland by, 1892, 472; 
1893, 1 ; 1894, 1, 461 ; return of, from 
Nyasaland, 1894,455. 
Wickevoort-Crommelin, J. P. van, on 
the Ducks of Holland, 1864, 399 ; on 
birds of Holland, 1867, 244; on Cir- 
cus ajquipar, I'halaropus hypcrboreue, 



138 



and Procellaria leucorrhoa. 1867, 
J^75; ' Hybridologie ornithologique,' 
noticed 1868, 226; lettei* on some 
liybrids in the Anatidas, i86q, 127; 
letter on the occurrence in Holland 
of Pariis caudatus, 1870, 442; 
obituarial notice of, 1892, o52. 
Wickmann, H., on the origin of the 
coloration of birds' eggs, noticed 
1894, 5B8. 
Widinann, O., and Cooke, W. W., on 
bird-migration in the Mississippi 
Valley, noticed 1884, 337. 
'W'ied, Fri}we Maximilian of, observations 
on North American birds, 1859, 10'), 
203; notice of the death of, 1867, 
472; on tlie collections of the late, 
1868. 251 ; on the types of, noticed 
1892, 1()4. 
Wiegmann's ' Arcliiv,' noticed 1859, 

204; 1861, 107; 1864, 123. 
Wight (Isle of), More's 'Outlines of the 

Natural History of the,' i860, 419. 
Wiglesworth, L. W., on the Polynesian 
members of the genus Ptilopus, 1891, 
56(i ; letter on the adult plumage of 
Ptilopus fasciatus, 1892,346; ' Aves 
Polynesia',' noticed 1892,46.5; ac- 
ceptance of post as assistant in the 
Dresden Museum, 1892, 580; re- 
marks on the birds of the Gilbert 
Islands, 1893, 210; letter on the 
geneiic name Micropus, 1894, 
318. 

, and Meyer, A. B., on new birds 

from Celebes, noticed 1894, 560. 
Wigtownshire, Gray and Anderson's 
' Birds of Ayrshire and,' noticed 
1870, 126. 
Williams, W. L., on the footprints of a 
large bird found at Turanganni, 
Pc.verty Bay, noticed 1872, 467. 
Willis, J. E., list of birds of Nova 

Scotia, 1859, 461. 
W^illughby Society, Reprint of Desfon- 
taine's Memoire, noticed, 1881, 158; 
reprint of Sir Andrew Smith's Miscel- 
laneous Ornithological Papers, no- 
ticed, 1881, 168; reprint ot Wagler's 
six Ornithological Memoirs, noticed 
1884, 348. 
Wilson, C. T., on the birds of Uganda, 

1882,477.' 
Wilson, C. W., letter on the breeding 
of the Tiocust-bird (Pastor roseus), 
1883,575. 
Wilson, S. B., notes on some Swiss birds, 
1887, 130 ; return of, from the 
Hawaiian Islands, 1889, 403; on 
some of the birds of the Sandwich 
Islands, 1S90, 170; on a now Fincli 



from ilidway Island, North Pacific, 
1890, 339. 
Wilson, S. B., and Evans, A. H., 'Aves 
Hawaiienses : the Birds of the Sand- 
wich Islands,' noticed 1891, 291 ; 
1892,178,575; 1893, 463; 1894,446. 
Wilson, T. B., on the donations of, 
to the Academy of Philadelphia, 
i860, 423. 
Wiltshire, Smith's ' Birds of,' noticed 
1888, 370; on the occurrence of the 
Great Bustard in, noticed 1892, 574. 
Winge, H., on fossil birds from Brazil, 
noticed 18S8, 282; on Pallas's Sand- 
(xrouse in Denmark, noticed 1890, 
123 ; reports on the Birds of Denmark, 
noticed 1891, 292; on birds at the 
Danish light-stations, noticed 1892, 
344; 1893, 150; 1894, 135. 
Wings of birds, on the physiology of, 
noticed 1872, 449; on claws and 
s|iurs on the, 1886, 147, 300; on the, 
18S6, 212,389; figures of the, 1S86, 
pis. X., xi. ; on tlie fifth cubital remex 
in the wing of the Carinatae, 1 890, 77 ; 
Pterylography of tlie, noticed 1890, 
453; ou the evolution of the, 1893, 
115; on the wing of Archaeopteryx, 
noticed 1894, 563. 
Winton, W. E. de, see De Winton. 
Wire-bird of St. Helena, on the, 1867, 

^248. 
Wisconsin, on certain birds of, noticed 

1872, 418; 1873,438. 
Withington, F., on the birds of Lonias 
de Zamora, Buenos Ayres, Argentine 
Republic, with notes by P. L. Sclater, 
1888, 461 ; news of, from Mexico, 1 892, 
580; 1893, 284,477. 
Wolf, T., vi.-it of, to the Galapagos, 

noticed, 18S0, 373. 
Wolley, J., jun., on the breeding of the 
Smew, 1859, ()9; on the breeding of the 
Crane, 1859, 191 ; on the sale of the 
eggs collected by, 1859, 212; death 
of, i860, 98 ; on the sale of his dupli- 
cate eggs, 1S60, 308; on the discovery 
of the breeding of the Waxwing, 1861, 
92 ; on his researches respecting the 
Gare-fowl, 1861, 374 ; ' Ootheca Wol- 
leyana,' noticed 1865, 101. 
WoUcy-Dod, C, on a case of a Cuckoo 
and a Swallow being reared in the 
fame nest, 1892, 524. 
Wood, T. W., letter on a supposed new 
Argus pheasant, noticed 1872, 467; 
on two unknown species of Argua 
pheasants, noticed 1873, 493. 
Wood, W., instructions fc)r pre2>aring 

birds' eggs, noticed 1873, 493. 
Wcod, W. T., on the courtship of birds, 



130 



notifod 1871, 48'2 ; on Striiigcips 
habroptilus, nolieed 1S71, 488. 

Woodcbat Shrike, on tlie earlii'st avail- 
able name for the, 1883, 83. 

Woodcofk, Hofl'inann's work on the, 
noticed 1887, 354 ; on the nesting of 
the, ill the Outer Hebrides, 1891, 
6.>8. 

Woodford, C. INF., depnrture of, for tlie 
Soutli Pacific, 1888, ;!80 ; ' A Natur- 
alist among the Head-hunters of 
tlie Solomon Islands,' noticed 1890, 
382. 

Woodpeckers, on a species of, from 
Ecuador, 1859, lOo; Malherbe's 
' Monographic des Picide^es,' noticed 
1859, 115, 458; i860, 187; on the 
nesting of tlie Black Woodpecker in 
Sweden, 1859, 6-"^ ! Sundevairs ' Con- 
spectus ' of the, 1866, 415 ; on some 
cranial peculiarities of I he, 1S72, 357; 
on a new species of Green, from 8. 
Europe, noticed 1873,478; on the 
family Picidre, 1881, 222; Hargllt'a 
notes on, 1881, 222; 1882, 19; 1883, 
172, 401 ; 18S4, 100, 180, 199.244; 
1885,1,140: 1886,112,260; 188-, 
74; i888, 1,153; 1S89, 58, 229, 354 ; 
1891, 004; on the proper generic 
designation of the European, 1881, 
253 ; on a supp(jsed new species of, 
from Eastern Siberia, 1881, 398; on 
three apparently new species of 
lyngipicus, 1881, 598; of Japan, 
noticed 1887, 117; on a new species 
of Grrcen, noticed 1887, 251 ; on new 
species of Picumnus, 1887,350; 1894, 
117 ; on a supposed hybrid species of, 
noticed 1887, 356 ; on new species of, 
1 889, 58, 229, 354 ; paper on. noticed 
1889, 566 ; on a Kamtschatkan 
spedes of, noticed 1889, 393; 
Hargitt's ' Catalogue of tlie Picida; 
in the British ^luseum,' noticed 1890, 
450, letter on the review of the, in 
'The Auk,' 1891, 465; from the 
Pilcomayo, i89i,()04; on the distri- 
bution of the South- American species 
of Picumims, 1894, 117; see also 
nridcr Hargitt, E. 

Worcestershire, Bund's ' Birds of,' 
nf>ticed 1892, 330. 

Wrav, L., jnn., return of, from the 
Malay Peninsula, 1888, 285. 

Wray, R. S., on the structure of the 
barbs, barbiiles, and barbicels of a 
typical pennaceous feather, 1887, 
420; death of, 1SS9, 263. 

Wrens, on a new species of, from Timor, 
noticed 1885, 115; on the St. Kilda 
Wren, 1886, 43; review of the, 



noticed 1S90, 121 ; on a new species 
of, from N.E. India, 1892, 62. 

Wretham Heath, on tlie Meeres of, 
noticed 1871, 173. 

Wright, C. A., on a visit to the islet of 
Eilfla, on the south coast of Malta, 
1863, 435 ; (m the birds of Malta and 
Gozo, 1864, 42, 137, 291 ; 1865, 459 ; 
1869, 245; 1870, 488; 1874, 223; 
letter on a Greenland Falcon, shot at 
Lewes, 1883, 119. 

Wright, E. P., letter on the first dis- 
co\erv of the egg of Pagophila ebur- 
nea, 1S66, 216. 

Wright, M. V.,' Finlands Foglar,' noticed 
1861, 305. 

Wryneck, on a new species of, from 
Eastern Equatorial Africa, 1884, 28. 

Wyatt, C. W., on the birds of the Pe- 
ninsula of Sinai, 1870, 1 ; on the 
birds of the U.S. of Colombia, 1871, 
113, 319, 373 ; ' Report of the Ord 
nance Survey of Sinai,' noticed 1873, 
429 ; ' British Birds,' noticed 
1894, 447. 

, and Sharpc, R. B., ' Monograph 

of the HirundinidiB,' announced 1885, 
340; noticed 1886,- 96, 201 ; 1889, 
392; 1891, 287; 1894, 315. 

Wyoming, on the birds of, noticed 1873, 
432, 459. 



X. 



Xanthochroism in Parrots, noticed 

1883, 106. 
Xanthura. note on the subgenus, 1879, 87. 
Xantus, J., catalogue of birds collected 

near Fort Tejon, 1859, 110; i860, 

97 ; on new birds from Cape S. Lucas, 

1 8 60, 192. 
Xiphocolaptes, review of the genus, 

noticed 1890, 256; notes on the 

genus, noticed 1891, 137. 
Xiphorhynclins, review of the genus, 

noticed 1890, 113. 



Yang-tse, on new species of birds from 
the, noticed 1871,477; on a collection 
of birds made on the, 1882, 431 ; 
1883, 120, 224; field-notes on the, 
1889, 262 ; on the birds of the Lower 
Basin of the, 1891, 316, 481. 

Yarkaiid, Stolic/.ka's work on the birds 
of, announced 1872, 195, noticed 
1892, 341; Henderson and Hume's 
' J/ahorc to Yarkand,' noticed 1873, 
3-1 ; on a new Finch from, i88i, 
156. 



140 



Yarmouth, on the occurrence >Jf Tringa 

niaculata at, 1891, 14\). 
Yarrell, W., ' liritislj Birds,' new 

edition, announced 1870, 302, 

noticed 1872, 184, 445; 1873, 471; 
1874, 173; 1884, 110, 402; 1885, 

232, 323; Eloniefield's ' Eeminiscences 

..f," noticed 1885,441. 
Yedo, outhe oriiitliology of, noticed 1882, 

463. 
Yerbury, J. W., on the birds of Aden 

and the neighbourhood, with notes by 

R. B. Sharpe, 1886, 11. 
Ytzo, on the birds of, noticed 1883, 

5(;2; 1893, 272. 
York.shire, Clarke and Roebuck's 

' Handbook of the Vertebrate Fauna 

of,' noticed 1882, 165. 
Young, J., letter on the nesting of 

Plectrophanes nivalis in the north of 

Scotland, 1889, 137; letter on the 

occurrence of Penguins near Cape 

Corrientes, 1889, 257. 
Y'oung, J. B., letter on the number of 

eggs laid by the Sooty and Noddy 

Terns, 1891, 145. 
Y'ueatan, on the birds of, 1870, 280, 

281; 1882, 463, ()02; 1886, 195, 370; 

1891,288; on a new Warbler from, 

noticed 1885, 448; on the birds of 

the Islands of the Coast of, 1888, 

241; 1889,359; 1890, 84. 
Yunnan, ou new birds from Western, 

noticed 1872, 413; Anderson's 

' Zoology of,' noticed 1880, 132. 



Zambesia, on the similarity of birds' 

names in Madagascar and, 1865, 238 ; 

on the occurrence of Hypotriorchis 

concolor in, 1866, 127; on the birds 

of, noticed 1881, 280. 
Zamora (Lomas de), on the birds of, 

1888,461. 
Zanzibar, list of birds obtained or 

observed in, noticed 1879, 355. 
' Zara,' on the cruise of the, in the 

Mediterranean, 1875, 1. 
Zaroudnoi, N., and Menzbier, M., on the 

birds of Trans-Oaspia, noticed 1887, 

257 ; 1 892, 345. 
Zehntner, L., on the development of tlie 

feet of Cypselus nielba, 1890, 196; 

on the development of Cypselus 

melba, noticed 1891, 292. 
' Zeitschrift fiir allgemeine Erdkunde ' 

for 1857, noticed 1859, 204. 



' Zeitschrift fiir die gesannnte Ornith- 
ologie,' noticed 1873,45!; 1886, 97. 

Zelebor, J., on birds of the Tiieiss and 
Lower Danube, 1865, 225. 

Zeledon, J. C, catalogue of the birds of 
Costa Rica, noticed' 1883, 221 ; 1885, 
452 ; 1 890, 462 ; description of a new 
Rail ( Araraides plumbeicollis), noticed 
1889, 395. 

Zeledonia, on the new genus, 1889, 262. 

Zirkel, F., and Prej-er, W., ' Reise nacli 
Island,' noticed 1862, 295. 

' Zoological Classification,' Pascoe's, 
noticed 1880, 477. 

' Zoological Collecting,' Ilornaday's, 
noticed 1892, 170. 

Zoological Record, see Record. 

Zoological Society of Amsterdam, 
Annuals of the, noticed i860, 300; 
1864, 398; on the Parrots of the 
G^irdens of the, 1863, 225; 1872, 455. 

Zoological Society of France, Bulletin of 
the, noticed 1879,93. 

Zoological Society of London, occur- 
rences in the Gardens of the, 1859, 
115, 212, 474 ; i860, 310 ; ' Proceed- 
ings' of the, 1859, 101,199,318,455; 
i860, 85, 185, 297 ; on a specimen of 
Aquila barthelemyi living in the 
Gardens of the, noticed 1871, 454; 
notes on animals in the Gardens of 
the, 1872, 455; 1873, 481; on an 
Ostrich lately living in the Gardens of 
the, noticed, 1873,450; on thebreeding 
of Ibis rethiopica in the Gardens of 
the, 187S, 449; on new or rare 
birds in the Gardens of the, 1879,380; 
1884, 360; on Great Bustards in the 
Gardens of the, 1893, 476. 

' Zoologische Nachrichten vom Ussuri,' 
Maxiinovicz's, noticed 1863, 107. 

' Zoologischer Anzeiger,' announced 
1878, 491. 

'Zoologist,' 'The,' noticed 1859, 103, 
4.o6; i860, 90, 418; 1877, 130; 
List of British birds, noticed i860, 91. 

Zoology, Nicholson's ' Manual of,' 
noticed 1872, 446. 

Zosterops, on a new African species of, 
1 86 1, 357; on an apparently new 
species of, from Madagascar, 1887, 
234 ; on an apparently new species of, 
from the Island of Anjuau, 1887, 
369; on some new species of, 1888, 
474; on a new species of, from 
Seven Islands, 1891, 273; on the 
tongue of. 1891,510; ou the species 
of, found in Java, 1893, 217. 



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